• A Disability History of the United States

    A Disability History of the United States

    Nielsen, Kim E.

    "American history examined sensitively and skillfully from the bottom up, grounded in the often shabby and sometimes exemplary treatment of disabled individuals." (Kirkus)

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  • Crazy for Apples

    Crazy for Apples

    Reid, C. L.

    "Emma, a deaf girl, and her best friend Izzie are going to the apple orchard today in order to pick apples for cooking, but their basket of apples ends up in the mud. Includes an ASL fingerspelling chart, glossary, and content-related questions." (NoveList)

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  • Seeing Voices

    Seeing Voices

    Sacks, Oliver

    "A neurologist investigates the world of the deaf, examining their past and present treatment at the hands of society, and assesses the value and significance of sign language." (NoveList)

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  • Some Kids Are Deaf

    Some Kids Are Deaf

    Schaefer, Lola M.

    "Describes the condition of deafness, tools that can assist hearing, how deaf people communicate, and some of the everyday activities of children who are deaf." (NoveList)

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  • The Language of Light

    The Language of Light

    Shea, Gerald

    "A comprehensive history of deafness, signed languages, and the unresolved struggles of the Deaf to be taught in their unspoken tongue." (NoveList)

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  • Aquarium

    Aquarium

    Sheḥori, Yaʻarah

    "Two young girls raised in a Deaf family must find their way after their sheltered, codependent world is shattered." (Kirkus)

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  • Being Seen

    Being Seen

    Sjunneson, Elsa

    "A deafblind writer and professor explores how the misrepresentation of disability in books, movies, and TV harms both the disabled community and everyone else" (Publisher)

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  • The Right Kind of Fool

    The Right Kind of Fool

    Thomas, Sarah Loudin

    "When deaf teen Loyal Raines stumbles upon a dead body in the nearby river, his absentee father, Creed, is shocked the boy runs to him first. Pulled into the investigation, Creed discovers that it is the boy's courage, not his inability to hear, that sets him apart, and he will have to do more than solve a murder if he wants to win his family's hearts again." (NoveList)

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  • Hands of My Father

    Hands of My Father

    Uhlberg, Myron

    "The author describes growing up as the hearing son of two deaf parents during the Depression, the challenges of straddling the world of the deaf and the hearing world beyond the family's apartment, and his occasional resentment of the burdens of his role as an interpreter." (NoveList)

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  • The Sound of All Things

    The Sound of All Things

    Uhlberg, Myron

    "A hearing boy and his deaf parents from Brooklyn enjoy the rides, food, and sights of 1930's Coney Island where the father longs to know about how everything sounds and his son tries to interpret the noisy surroundings through sign language and a wealth of new words learned from a trip to the library." (NoveList)

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