Explore BSL Books for Kids
where stories and sign language meet.
Rhyme and Sign; the story behind our award winning BSL books!
Our lovely signed stories began life way back in 2011.
We originally approached the big publishers to help us buy the UK / British Sign Language rights to adapt existing popular children’s books. Sadly it wasn’t to be.
We didn’t give up but it was 2015 before we dug deep, found the courage to write the books ourselves – with encouragement from our lovely customers – and began the creative process.
The results have been outstanding.
Gorgeous picture books, packed with personality, that beg to be read over and over again.
Enjoyed equally by little ones and their grown-ups throughout the UK (and beyond!), we couldn’t be more proud that our Rhyme and Sign Adventures have become ‘my baby’s favourite book’ in so many households.
Award winning BSL story books for baby signing, early years and key stage 1 from Little Signers Club.
Shelley – Little Signers Club
Cath – Lets Sign BSL
Chris – Ha! Creative
Sue – Author
written by experts ~ designed with love
inside our ‘Rhyme and Sign’ signed story books
Sign Language Glossary
easy to understand BSL signs are shown in picture format with detailed written instructions. Signs are also shown throughout the book as an ‘at a glance’ reminder.
Rhyming Story Line
enabling little ones to anticipate words and join in with the story, increasing literacy and language ability.
Spot the Difference (not Animal ABC)
additional characters hidden throughout the story pages, bringing delight when found! Gently develops crucial pre-reading skills such as observation, turn-taking and concentration.
for getting the most out of your ‘Rhyme and Sign’ Adventure with our top tips for signed stories.
helping small children to feel capable and join in independently as they become familiar with the story.
The Perfect Addition!
to any family or early years library. We know that all children simply adore these books and love to join in regardless of age or ability. Loved by children with hearing impairments (and their grownups who may not be quite so familar with British Sign Language), toddlers, pre-schoolers and Reception aged children.