Some Kids Are Deaf
Everyone is different in his or her own way. Learning about differences helps us better understand each other. Understanding Differences tells readers about the everyday lives of kids who are blind, deaf, wear leg braces, or use wheelchairs. Kids who are deaf use sign language. They rad words on TV and cellphone screens. Kids who are deaf go to school, play sports, and watch movies too.
Lola M. Schaefer, Author
Published by Capstone Press
A generous gift from Idaho Hands and Voices
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