One trick for one treat : sign language for numbers / by Dawn Babb Prochovnic ; illustrated by Stephanie Bauer.

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    • Abstract:
      Summary: Playful images of Halloween trick-or-treaters in costume and simple rhymes introduce the American Sign Language signs for numbers.
    • Notes:
      "Looking Glass Library"--P. [4] cover.
      Includes bibliographical references (p. 32).
      In English with American Sign Language.
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Horn Book Guide Reviews 2012 Fall

Each book focuses on a theme and uses a mostly rhyming verse to highlight one or more signs per spread. Despite the somewhat bland text, the childlike, cheerful art (including a small demo diagram) and familiar themes (e.g., the alphabet, Halloween, and counting) will make this series welcome in classrooms looking to explore American Sign Language. Reading list. Glos. [Review covers these Story Time with Signs & Rhymes titles: A to Z Sign with Me: Sign Language for the Alphabet, Four Seasons! Five Senses! Sign Language for the Seasons and the Senses, Hip, Hip, Hooray! It's Family Day!: Sign Language for the Senses, and One Trick for One Treat: Sign Language for Numbers.]