Books tagged: deaf children

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Breaking the Sound Barriers: 9 deaf success stories
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 54,120. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Parenting » Reference
An inspiring collection of real life stories capturing the struggles and successes of parents of deaf children and deaf adults as they explore what helped and what hindered them in navigating the world of hearing loss. An immensely practical book full of insights, strategies, tips and advice for parents and carers of deaf and hard of hearing children.
Survival ASL: 25 Essential Signs for Kids [American Sign Language]
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 350. Language: English. Published: December 13, 2010 by Adreanaline. Category: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Reference
This important handbook provides 25 essential signs for children to start learning American Sign Language. It has been designed especially for the mobile format, so the guide is always ready at hand for you!
Missy Hamilnook Reflects - on early childhood education
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Price: $9.00 USD. Words: 28,710. Language: English. Published: September 11, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Preschool & kindergarten
Missy Hamilnook Reflects is a memoir about twenty years as an early childhood educator with both at-risk and normally developing children in the preschool of a university speech and hearing clinic.Parents and those interested in early childhood education will find information of interest and value.
Silence In Center
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Series: Softball Star. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 34,510. Language: American English. Published: March 17, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Sports & Recreation / Baseball & Softball
Melody Gold is a fourteen-year-old fastpitch player who wants to make the move from Little League to select ball. But none of the select coaches want her since she has a hearing impairment and must wear hearing aids at all times, even during games. Unwilling to take "no" for an answer, Melody becomes determined to prove her hearing impairment is irrelevant and she can compete at the highest level.