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Deaf Awareness

titles featuring deaf characters



Young Adult
Of Sound Mind - Jean Ferris

Juvenile Fiction
The Secret In the Dorm Attic - Jean F. Andrews
A Dance to Still Music - Barbara Corcoran
Deaf Child Crossing - Marlee Matlin
Dovey Coe - Frances Roark O'Dowell
The Gift of the Girl Who Couldn't Hear - Susan Shreve
The Boys of San Joaquin - D. James Smith
Dad, Jackie, and Me - Myron Uhlberg

Picture Books
Handtalk Zoo - George Ancona & Mary Beth
Down In the Boondocks - Wilson Gage
Silent Lotus - Jeanne M. Lee
Moses Goes to a Concert - Isaac Millman
Moses Goes to School - Isaac Millman
Moses Goes to the Circus - Isaac Millman
Moses Sees a Play - Isaac Millman
A Place for Grace - Jean Davies Okimoto
I Have a Sister-My Sister Is Deaf - Jeanne Whitehouse Peterson
Secret Signs: Along the Underground Railroad - Anita Riggio
The Printer - Myron Uhlberg

Nonfiction
Everything You Need to Know About Deafness - Carol Basinger
Finding a Common Language: Children Living with Deafness - Thomas Bergman
Interpreting Sign Language - Laura Greene & Eva Barasch Dicker
Sign Language Talk - Laura Greene & Eva Barash Dicker
Can You Hear a Rainbow? The Story of a Deaf Boy Named Chris - Jamee Riggio Heelan
Hearing Loss - Karin N. Mango
Hand Talk School - Mary Beth Miller & George Ancona
Jordan Has a Hearing Loss - Jillian Powell
The Handmade Alphabet - Laura Rankin
Some Kids Are Deaf - Lola M. Schaefer
Hand, Heart & Mind: The Story of the Education of America's Deaf People - Lou Ann Walker

Biography
A Picture Book of Helen Keller - David A. Adler
A World of Knowing: A Story about Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet - Andy Russell Bowen
The World At Her Fingertips: The Story of Helen Keller - Joan Dash
Amy, the Story of a Deaf Child - Lou Ann Walker

titles last updated July 1, 2006





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