ASL sign for: book

a handwritten or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers.

As a noun, the movement of this sign is formally twice. However, the movement may be once in effect of phonological co-articulation even if it's noun in sentence.

Two repetitions.

Plural noun: books in a pile; a stack of books.

Gloss: /\YOUR BOOK/\ IX-me FINISH/ALREADY READ+++, [intj] VERY-GOOD[nod]

English equivalent: I've read your book. It's very good.

The intonation of the interjection (like "HEY") is a way of getting listener's attention. The gloss [nod] is an example of assertion.

ASL printable for book
ASL written for BOOK

ASL digit written contributed by the ASLwrite community, 2017.

Hmm, no words found now but, hey, it doesn't mean there is no expression for this concept in ASL.