Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Deaf Characters in Books--All In One Place


For as long as I can remember, I have always had my nose buried in a book. My mom used to complain when I brought a book to the dinner table. Recently, while doing some surfing on the internet, I came across a compilation of books that have deaf or hard of hearing characters in them on My Shelf.

Brenda, the website owner, has a personal interest in books with deaf characters. Her 24-year-old son is deaf. One day in 1998, she decided to put together a list of fiction books. Today, you will find books on American Sign Language and other non-fiction topics as well. Brenda has read many of the books herself, and provides a summary of each as well as personal notes on some of them.

Check it out: My Shelf-- Deaf Characters

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

check out

Mindfield by John Egbert

http://www.deafchildrenandsigning.com/mindfield.html


has some deaf charaters etc:

Cherry said...

That's a helpful links. Myshelf is quite creative by releasing that lines.

Anonymous said...

Check out http://pajka.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Check out http://pajka.blogspot.com/

Genevieve Choate said...

Bonnie Hearn Hill has a series character that is hard of hearing.

http://bonniehearnhill.com/

Genevieve Choate said...

Bonnie Hearn Hill has a series character that is hard of hearing.

http://bonniehearnhill.com/