Listening with Your Eyes: Kids Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

by Sheila Stewart & Camden Flath

Kids who are deaf or hard of hearing might not be able hear what's going on around them, but their eyes give them a lot of information about the world. Some people who are deaf or hard of hearing might wear hearing aids or have surgery to help their ears hear better, while others rely even more on their eyes for help. People who can't hear can understand a lot by watching people's actions and looking at the expressions on their faces. They might also be able to lip-read or they might use sign language to communicate. Being deaf or hard of hearing doesn't mean life is any less exciting and interesting!


ISBN 978-1-4222-1717-7


ISBN 978-1-4222-9603-5
362.4 STE
7 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches
48 pages

Stay connected with us on our social networks