3/25/2008

5 - Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

Three different ASL translations of Robert Munsch's children's book, "Love You Forever," signed by Charles Katz.  

I would like to dedicate this post to my mother, Sophie, and to my two young daughters, Ashlyn and Sarah.  This is a story about love from a mother to her son and the son later as a father to his daughter.  This book is always special to my heart because of my love for my mother and my two daughters.

YouTube won't accept video clips above ten minutes in length so I had to break the free translation (12 minutes) into two halves - Part 1 and 2.  If you do not want interruption, click on the literal translation, thank you.




Above is part 1 of the free ASL translation (from text and images) of the book.



Above is part 2 of the free ASL translation (from text and images) of the book.



Above is the literal translation (from text only) of the book.


Above is the word for word translation (signing each word) of the book.

5 comments:

Karen said...

I've always liked that book and had to laugh at the part where the elderly mom picks up the grown man. :)

Anonymous said...

Awww! This is one of my favorite books! I used to read it to my son! I only wish I had seen this vlog 10 years ago! :-( I didn't know how to sign it, so I sang it instead. I LOVE that book!

Sachi said...

This is great info to know.

maysana21 said...

I used it all the time. I teach English as a Second Language to Deaf students. Thanks for a phenomenal job.

maysana21 said...

I used all the time. Thanks for the phenomenal job. I teach English as a Second Language to deaf students. Excellent to practice vocabulary and signs.
Mayra