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Baby Signing Time! Vol.1 Sets your baby’s day to music as you learn signs for everyday events in baby’s life: meal time; family; pets; and more!
The Best Day in Room A: Sign Language for School American Sign Language (ASL) signs are incorporated into the book design, inviting children to sign along with the story. The result is a literacy-based, finger-play experience sure to engage students and teach signing!
The Secret in the Dorm Attic While visiting his friend Matt on the campus of his special school for the deaf, nine-year old Donald discovers something strange going on in the attic of Matt’s dorm and becomes involved in the theft of a priceless necklace from a nearby museum.
Silent Lotus Although unable to speak or hear, lovely Lotus learns to perform the intricate story dances of the Cambodian court ballet.
Splish, Splat! A story of a boy name Colin who wants his bedroom walls painted in blue. His mom asks around for a house painter. The painting company she calls recommends that she hire two deaf painters named Heather and Molly. They spent all day painting and as they paint they sign to each other in American Sign Language. The room ended to a surprising effect on the walls. Will Colin like his new room?
Interpreting in Medical Settings See and study normally private or restricted legal interpreting situations. The materials are essential for the classroom as teachers guide students through in-depth discussions of unrehearsed and unscripted interpreted interaction.
My Experience Different coda that! (Keith Wann) Come learn about the Deaf and Hearing Worlds and how they often clash with the help of a mischievous child of deaf adults.
Broken Ears, Wounded Hearts by George A. Harris. The author describes the birth of his dear, multi-handicapped daughter and the experiences he and his wife had making decisions about their daughter’s medical care and education.
Edmund Booth: Deaf Pioneer by Harry G. Lang. Edmund Booth became a respected senior statesman of the American Deaf community, and blended with his stories of the era’s events are anecdotes and issues vital to Deaf people and their families. His story proves again that extraordinary people vary in many ways, but they often possess a common motive in acting to enhance their communities.
ASL-to-English Interpretation: Say It Like They Mean It by Jean Elaine Kelly. The focus of this book is not about how the interpreter thinks the English interpretation should be presented, but on how an English speaking consumer, with no understanding of Deaf culture, would best understand the interpreter’s voiced message.
Best Practices in Educational Interpreting 2n edition by Brenda Chafin Seal. The book offers state-of-the-art-and-science information for interpreters in primary through higher education settings.
Deaf Heritage: A Narrative History of Deaf America by Jack R. Gannon, Jane Butler & Laura-Jean Gilbert. This in-depth history of Deaf America begins with an overview of the early years. Each chapter then covers a decade of history, beginning with 1880. The text is supplemented by marvelous pictures, illustrations, vignettes and biographical profiles. "Subchapters" chronicle the multi-faceted dimensions of Deaf culture by focusing on Deaf athletes and more.
Deafened People: Adjustment and Support by Kathryn Lee Woodcock & Miguel Oswald Aguayo. The authors have provided a guide to self-help techniques of proven value to deafened people who have lost their hearing later in life. The book demonstrates that deafness is not merely a medical condition; it is a social disability that affects the individual, the family, the social circle, and the work group.
Deafness in the Family by David Luterman. This book is about families and how they may be affected by childhood deafness.