Supporting literature

Anderson, Cathrine  2019. Huckleberry Lake. Berkley.

Chambers, Diane Lane 2015. Words in My Hands: A Teacher, A Deaf-Blind Man, An Unforgettable Journey. Ellexa Press LLC.

Coleman, Nick 2012. The Train in the Night: A Story of Music and Loss. Jonathan Cape.

Dussling, Susanna 2010. Sunny and Her Cochlear Implants. Authorhouse.

Guthmann, Debra  Lomas, Gabriel I.  Paris, Damara Goff (editors) 2021. Deaf People in the Criminal Justice System: Selected Topics on Advocacy, Incarceration, and Social Justice. Gallaudet University Press. 

Hoover, Colleen 2014. Maybe Someday. Simon & Schuster.

Keller, Helen 1996. The Story of My Life. Dover Publications.

Kelly, Lynne 2019. Song for A Whale. Piccadilly Books.

Kisor, Henry 1990. What's That Pig Outdoors?: A Memoir of Deafness. Penguin Books. 

Lang, Harry G. 2017. Fighting in the Shadows: Untold Stories of Deaf People in the Civil War. Gallaudet University Press.

Leigh, Irene W.  Andrews, Jean F. 2016. Deaf People and Society. Routledge.

Moore-Mallinos, Jennifer 2009. I Am Deaf. Sourcebooks Trade.

Myers, David G. 2000. A Quiet World: Living with Hearing Loss. Yale University Press.

Platt, Christine 2020. The Story of Helen Keller: A Biography Book for New Readers. Rockridge Press. 

Ryan, Donna F.  Schuchmann, John S. (editors) 2002. Deaf People in Hitler's Europe. Gallaudet University Press. 

Sacks, Oliver 1989. Seeing Voices. Oliver Sacks Foundation.

Tucker, Bonnie Poitras 1995. The Feel of Silence. Temple University Press.

Uhlberg, Myron 2009. Hands of My Father: A Hearing Boy, His Deaf Parents, and the Language of Love. Bantam.

Wallace, Robin 2018. Hearing Beethoven: A Story of Musical Loss and Discovery. University of Chicago Press.

Worthing, Mark 2015. Graeme Clark: The man who invented the bionic ear. Allen & Unwin.

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