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Storybooks

Image    Description Price
Hearing Disability Children's Books Deaf Culture A to Z
W. Kelley - Beautiful illustrations and line drawing handshapes of the alphabet introduce something relating to the Deaf Culture for each letter of the alphabet. Deaf Culture A to Z provides glimpses into deafness and Deaf culture to enlighten readers with a positive, informative portrayal of deaf life. For hearing or deaf children, this book will introduce objects and events such as; vibrating alarm clocks, flashing devices, fingerspelling, and the protest at Gallaudet University which led to the appointment of the first Deaf president. Reading level: ages 4-8. (56 pgs, hardcover, 9" x 11")
$ 27.99
#L730
Hearing Disability Children's Books Philip and the Boy Who Said "Huh?"
J. Paulits - Winner of Mayhaven's Award for Children's Fiction. When a new boy moves into the neighborhood, his behavior provides a mystery. John Paulits writes about a boy who seems different from his classmates. In getting to know this new kid, you will meet a big unruly family, a ferocious dog, some even more ferocious little children, and parents who walk right out of real life. There is no sentimentality here. This is all about curiosity and humor, and appreciation of things unknown, all tossed together in Paulit's wonderful ability to make us laugh. (60 gps, softcover, 5-1/2" x 8-1/4")
$ 13.95
#L670
Hearing Disability Children's Books Deaf Child Crossing
M. Matlin - Megan and Cindy are best friends. Cindy is even learning sign language so she can communicate more easily with Megan. But when they go away to summer camp together, problems arise. Cindy feels left out because Megan is spending all of her time with another deaf girl at camp. Megan resents that Cindy is always trying to "help" her. Before they can mend their differences, both girls have to learn what it means to be a friend. (200 pgs, hardcover, 8-3/4" x 5-1/2")
$ 16.95
#L443
Hearing Disability Children's Books Nobody's Perfect
M. Matlin & D. Cooney (Young Adult) - Once again, Marlee Matlin draws on her own experiences to tell a funny, poignant story about Megan, a spirited young girl who doesn't let anything stand in her way. Megan has spent a great deal of time planning her birthday party and making invitations for every girl in class. Then a new girl, Alexis joins the class. Alexis seems perfect: she's smart, pretty and popular. But no matter how hard Megan tries to be a friend to Alexis, the new girl is aloof or rude. Megan starts to fear that Alexis is treating her differently because she's deaf. When the girls are forced to collaborate on a school project, Megan learns the truth - and realizes that nobody's perfect. (228 pgs, hardcover, 5" x 8")
$ 17.95
#L444
Hearing Disability Children's Books Cajun's Song
Darlene Toole - A delightful story that will teach youngsters and adults alike about Hearing Dogs and the role they play. Cajun's Song is a fun book with a beautiful story about a lonely dog in a shelter that becomes a very special Hearing Dog and best friend of Janice, a woman who is deaf. Together, Cajun and Janice find love and fun as they share life and help each other. Families will find it fun reading, a strong educational tool, and a good gift. Cajun's Song is a bilingual publication in English and Spanish. Middle School level.
$ 17.00
#L413
Hearing Disability Children's Books Jake's The Name, Sixth Grade's The Game
D. Piper - Jake is a typical adolescent with opinions about everything. He is also deaf and mainstreamed in a public school. Jake explains in a humorous way what it is like for him to be deaf and how others react to him. (62 pgs, softcover, 5x8)
$ 10.99
#L240
Hearing Disability Children's Books A Button In Her Ear
A. Litchfield - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. A humorous, informative story about a young girl who gets hearing aids and teaches classmates about her new experience. (27 pgs, hardcover, 8x9-1/2)
$ 16.99
#L750
Hearing Disability Children's Books Raven & Water Monster
S. Collins - Adapted from a Haida story about how the raven gained his beautiful black color. Presented in simple language and signs with full color illustrations. (16 pgs, softcover, 7x9)
$ 7.99
#L572
Hearing Disability Children's Books Ananse The Spider
S. Collins - Another book in the Sign Language Literature Series which presents stories from different cultures in sign language. A West African folk tale about the boastful spider, Ananse and why he now hides in dark corners is presented in simple language and signs with beautiful illustrations. (30 pgs, softcover, 7x9)
$ 7.99
#L575
Hearing Disability Children's Books Coyote & Bobcat
S. Collins - Sign Language Literature for young readers presented in simple language and signs with beautiful illustrations. Adapted from a Navajo story that tells a tale of how the coyote & the bobcat got their shapes. (16 pgs, softcover, 7x9)
$ 7.99
#L571
Hearing Disability Children's Books Fountain of Youth
S. Collins - This Korean folk tale about neighbors shows the rewards of kindness and the folly of greed. Presented in simple language and sign with beautiful illustrations. Another book in the Sign Language Literature Series which presents stories from different cultures in sign language. (32 pgs, softcover, 7x9)
$ 7.99
#L576
Hearing Disability Children's Books Dad And Me In The Morning
P. Lakin - In a special morning interlude, a young boy awakens his father and they go to the beach to watch the sunrise. Although the young boy is deaf, he and his father have ways of communicating through sign language, lip reading and secret signals. Appropriate for elementary-school age children, this beautifully illustrated storybook is about the special moment shared by a father and son. (27 pgs, hardcover, 8-1/4x10-1/4)
$ 16.99
#L758


Hearing Disability Children's Books Can You Hear A Rainbow?
The Story of a Deaf Boy Named Chris J. R. Heelan - Deaf since birth, Chris cannot hear the pitter-patter of rain on the window, the phone ringing, or even his parent's voices. Follow along as Chris tells the story of how he learned to communicate without hearing. In this enlightening story, Chris shares his unique insight on our differences, the ways we are alike, and that some things, like rainbows and friends, don't need to be heard to be enjoyed. (34 pgs, hardcover, 9" x 9")
$ 16.99
#L945
Hearing Disability Children's Books I Have A Sister My Sister Is Deaf
J. Peterson - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. This story about a hearing girl who has a Deaf sister will help young people understand that they share the same interests. (29 pgs, softcover, 7-3/4x10)
$ 7.99
#L804
Hearing Disability Children's Books I'm Deaf And It's Okay
L. Aseltine - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. This picture book story describes a little boy's frustrations caused by his deafness and how he learns to accept. (40 pgs, hardcover, 8x9)
$ 15.99
#L756
Hearing Disability Children's Books Caesar Book
L. Spiotta-DiMare - An inspiring, true story about a dog who was born deaf. After being abandoned, an animal shelter employee takes him in and trains him using hand signals to become a wonderful companion. This heartwarming, beautifully illustrated story teaches young children that everyone is special and worthwhile. Plush pal "Caesar" stuffed dog makes the story come alive.
$ 7.99
#L490
Hearing Disability Children's Books Chris Gets Ear Tubes
B. Pace - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. This easy-to-understand story clarifies and describes with full-color illustrations, what it's like to get ear tubes. (44 pgs, softcover, 7x9)
$ 14.99
#L171
Hearing Disability Children's Books Cristobal tiene tubitos en los oidos
NEW! Spanish Edition of 'Chris Gets Ear Tubes'
$ 14.99
#L344
Hearing Disability Children's Books Oliver Gets Hearing Aids
A beautifully illustrated children's story about Oliver The Elephant who is fitted with hearing instruments. The toy explains the hearing aid fitting process and the reactions of Oliver's friends and family. This is a perfect way to introduce the idea of hearing instruments to a young hearing impaired child, but is also a wonderful story for all children.
$ 13.95
#L976
Hearing Disability Children's Books Oliver Y Sus Audifonos
Spanish edition of 'Oliver Gets Hearing Aids'
$ 13.99
#L978
Hearing Disability Children's Books Cosmo Gets An Ear
G. Clemente - Ideal for elementary-school age children. A humorously written story of a little boy who has a hearing loss. Helps families or friends understand what it's like to wear a hearing aid. (48 pgs, hardcover, 6-3/4x8-1/4)
$ 15.99
#L624
Hearing Disability Children's Books Herbie Hears The Horn
The Journey of a Young Deaf Child From Silence To Sound S. Chorost & S. Stock - The heartwarming story of Herbie, his early identification of hearing loss, and his experience with hearing aids. Through support and training at an auditory/oral school, Herbie learns to listen and speak for himself. Told in verse, this colorful and charmingly illustrated book introduces young children to the concept of hearing loss. Includes a parent/teacher guide and activity page. (36 pgs, softcover, 11" x 8")
$ 10.99
#L725
Hearing Disability Children's Books One TV Blasting And A Pig Outdoors
D. Abbott - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. In a positive, upbeat manner, a boy tells about what it's like to have a deaf father. (40 pgs, hardcover, 8x9)
$ 15.99
#L752
Hearing Disability Children's Books Silent Observer
C. MacKinnon - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. Lovely, full color illustrations provide an affectionate memoir of childhood in the late 1890's through the eyes of a young Deaf girl. (48 pgs, hardcover, 11x8-1/2)
$ 22.95
#L166
Hearing Disability Children's Books The Day We Met Cindy
A. Starowitz - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. This delightful picture book story tells about a first grade class that meets Cindy, the Deaf aunt of one of the students. (32 pgs, softcover, 9x12)
$ 9.95
#L115
Hearing Disability Children's Books Words In Our Hands
A. Litchfield - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. This story tells about a boy and his family life with Deaf parents. The author inserts facts about deafness and the language of signing. (31 pgs, hardcover, 8-1/4x9-1/4)
$ 14.95
#L754
Hearing Disability Children's Books Silent Lotus
J. M. Lee - Lotus is a young Cambodian dancer who cannot hear or speak. Will the King give his permission for her to dance with the court ballet? This charming story of a little deaf girl who is blessed with the talent to communicate through dance is brought to life with beautiful illustrations and vivid watercolors. Reading level: Ages 4-8. (18 pgs, softcover, 9-1/2" x 11-1/2")
$ 6.95
#L640
Hearing Disability Children's Books The Snack Attack Mystery Book
E. Levy - These illustrated mystery stories make reading fun for children in grade levels 2 or 3. Three friends (and sleuths) with special abilities form a group known as Invisible Inc. Meet Chip who fell into a strange pool of water and is now invisible! Meet Justin who has a hearing loss but knows how to read lips, and Charlene who is sometimes bossy, but always brave. Together they use their special talents to solve mysteries and right wrongs. (Each approximately 48 pgs, softcover, 7x10)
$ 3.99
#L394

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Storybooks in Sign Language


Signed English Level I - Beginning Books
These books expose children to vocabulary (parts of the body, toys, colors, animals, etc.), phrases, and simple sentences that relate to their daily experiences and activities (dressing, eating, playing, etc.). Level I books are appropriate for children who attempt to imitate signed or spoken words and to express themselves through single gestures or words. All level I books are printed on durable coated paper with full color illustrations.

Image    Description Price
Hearing Disability Children's Books Nursery Rhymes From Mother Goose
Signed English - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. Popular rhymes including Humpty Dumpty, Little Bo Peep and more are presented with verses and signs. (41 pgs, hardcover, 8-1/2x11)
$ 22.95
#L123
Hearing Disability Children's Books Night Before Christmas, The
Signed English - Children and adults will be charmed by this classic Christmas poem presented with full-color illustrations, signs and the printed verse. (64 pgs, hardcover, 8-1/2x11)
$ 22.99
#L186
Hearing Disability Children's Books King Midas
R. Newby - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. The classic tale about a king who turned everything into gold but still was not happy. (64 pgs, hardcover, 8-1/2x11)
$ 22.99
#L174
Hearing Disability Children's Books Mother Goose In Sign
S. Collins - Appropriate for elementary-school age children. Presents five popular Mother Goose rhymes. The colorful, easy-to-follow illustrations enable you to sign Solomon Grundy, One, Two, Buckle My Shoe, The Crooked Sixpence, Old Mother Goose, and Thirty Days Has September. (16 pgs, softcover, 7x9)
$ 6.99
#L568

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