Before we begin I want to preface that many books on sign language feature examples in either art or photo form that I find difficult to follow, the publishers are good intentioned, but the picture usually confuses me. However, this is not the case with The Baby Signing Book by WeeHands founder, Sara Bingham. We had some small victories teaching LTD to use ASL and hope to replicate the results with BB. The big ones for us were ‘more’ and ‘all done’ which come in pretty handy at meal time. The book features an explanation of the how and why to teach babies and kids to sign (cuts down on frustration) and includes over 400 signs. Lastly, the book offers songs and rhymes to seal the deal. Perhaps the best quality of the book is helpful advice based on the child’s age. Yet, as mentioned earlier I found the example pictures incredibly easy to follow and that has not always been the case with the past signing information I have tried to use.