Category Archives: Little Hands and Big Hands

July and August Appearances and Events

Once Upon a Sign at Fairfax County Public Libraries Come away to a land of kings and dragons, queens and castles, and learn signs through stories and songs of magic. Bring the whole family (and your fairy godmother too) for … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

Little Hands Signing Sing, sign, play, and learn basic American Sign Language in these fun, hands-on storytimes for the whole family. Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. All are welcome! Free programs; no registration required. Location: Eldersburg … Continue reading

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Singing and Signing Fun in Libraries This Summer

I’m looking forward to sharing stories, songs, and signs with kids and families this summer at Maryland libraries! Join me for these FREE programs, where you can also purchase a signed copy of Nita’s First Signs! I’ll also be offering book … Continue reading

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Libraries and Camps and Bookcart Drill Teams: The Long Twisty Journey from There to Here

Dawn Babb Prochovnic, author of the “Story Time with Signs and Rhymes” series, was kind enough to interview me on her blog about Little Hands and Big Hands and signing with children: An Interview with Kathy MacMillan I initially entitled … Continue reading

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And There It Is

I cannot lie – seeing your book displayed face-out at Barnes and Noble is pretty exciting.  I may or may not have walked by it a few times, exclaiming loudly, “Hey that sign language book looks really neat!” to my … Continue reading

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