A new book has arrived!

After many many months of hard work and then waiting, I am excited to share with you a new book that I illustrated titled “Come Sign with Us: The Adventures of Potts and Friends”. Written by Marsha Peterson, “Come Sign with Us” is a teaching resource for young kids to learn the skill of sign language through stories. As Marsha states:

“My son was born with Down Syndrome and later diagnosed with Autism. He started special education services at 7 weeks of age. When he was a year old, his teacher told me that we may need to learn sign language. As a single parent, I had no time to attend classes and I didn’t want to use videos. I started reading to my son and found it to be a wonderful experience. He would snuggle next to me and give me his full attention. I decided that teaching sign language through stories would be an excellent way to learn and to teach him. It also provides an activity that teaches others that care for him so they too can communicate. Today my son knows over a 1000 signs and behaviors are controlled without speaking a word. I hope you will love Talking with Baby.”

Having worked with Marsha over the course of the last year, I have really come to respect and love what she is doing and I really hope that you will pass this great book onto people in your lives that may have difficulty communicating with their little ones or who simply want to teach their kids sign language. This first book is actually two stories in one. The first story deals with Breakfast time and the second story deals with Bath time, two of the most important aspects of your little ones day! So with that, I will leave you with a couple of images and hope that you will try Talking with Baby when the book launches on June 28th!


2 responses to “A new book has arrived!

  1. Thanks Nina. It was a lot of work to make sure that everything was correct, but it was so worth the effort! I am looking forward to continuing the series with more fun adventures of Potts and Friends! Best of luck with your final images on your book.

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