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Deaf Girls Don't Dance By Meghan Morrison
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This fictional novel tells the compelling story of a teenage dancer whose dreams are shattered when she wakes up one morning to a silent world. While coping with the loss of her hearing, she finds... More > herself struggling to continue a normal life and follow her heart amid overshadowing doubt and the condemnation that “deaf girls don’t dance.”< Less
Deaf Girls Don't Dance By Meghan Morrison
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This fictional novel tells the compelling story of a teenage dancer whose dreams are shattered when she wakes up one morning to a silent world. While coping with the loss of her hearing, she finds... More > herself struggling to continue a normal life and follow her heart amid overshadowing doubt and the condemnation that "deaf girls don't dance."< Less
A Knight Remembers: Volume One By David C. Harrison
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David C. Harrison demonstrates his incredible memory of bygone days in school, along with his endless determination to succeed as a deaf student in the early 1960s. Dave thrived in a time which had... More > very little concept of how to educate a young man with his considerable challenges, but he emerged triumphant, and survived to tell about it in this humorous and sometimes poignant book. Dave's tenacity, optimism and good nature enable him to accomplish things that have amazed many through the years. His desire to do that which is right in God's sight is a constant part of his story. Dave's family is also portrayed as supportive, although not always completely understanding of his plight. But, together they succeed where many would predict certain failure.< Less
A Knight Remembers: Volume One By David C. Harrison
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David C. Harrison demonstrates his incredible memory of bygone days in school, along with his endless determination to succeed as a deaf student in the early 1960s. Dave thrived in a time which had... More > very little concept of how to educate a young man with his considerable challenges, but he emerged triumphant, and survived to tell about it in this humorous and sometimes poignant book. Dave's tenacity, optimism and good nature enable him to accomplish things that have amazed many through the years. His desire to do that which is right in God's sight is a constant part of his story. Dave's family is also portrayed as supportive, although not always completely understanding of his plight. But, together they succeed where many would predict certain failure.< Less
Summer In the City at iRT Theater By Luane Davis Haggerty
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A photo documentation of the theater workshop done at IRT Theater in New York City on the summer of 2017 for Deaf and hearing teens through The Kennedy Center, NYSCA, and DOE
Don't Shout By Sasha Distan
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Cole Sathie is fascinated by a boy who won't talk to him, and has no idea how to be gay in a world in which a man's worth is measured by his skill in working the land and riding horses. Jared Parker... More > thinks he's happy with his secret lover, but when a boy who can't communicate with him puts in the effort to try, he realises that secret sex-friends might not be enough and even good boys get love too.< Less
Excavations from a Blue Room By Daniel Rose
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Excavations from a Blue Room is a collection of three stories that were written over a twenty year period. True to archaeological form, the first is the most recent. Entitled The Twelve Days of... More > Christmas, it is somewhat of anti-love song, and involves two tortured teens who have a serious communication break-down. The second story, Some Random Thoughts on Death and Dying needs no further introduction; the title says it all. The final offering, A Society of Strangers, is perhaps the sweetest of the lot. In it, a middle aged woman brakes for a good looking hitch-hiker and ends up on a wild romantic tangent that ends up pushing her views on the nature of reality itself. Bundled together, the stories make a tight and unusual package. It was as if they were waiting for each other through the decades for the time when they could be joined together. All it took was digging up the bones and presenting them under the same roof. Let’s just call it Exhibit A for short.< Less
The Unofficial High School Freshman's Handbook to Success By Dawn Lucan
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You are about to start the biggest adventure in your life which is high school. You have many questions. However, you are not finding many answers through your guidance counselor, parents, school... More > district website, or high school handbook. Dawn Lucan will share 16 tips with you regarding high school along with great resources to help you on your new adventure.< Less
The Unofficial High School Freshman's Handbook to Success By Dawn Lucan
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You are about to start the biggest adventure in your life which is high school. You have many questions. However, you are not finding many answers through your guidance counselor, parents, school... More > district website, teachers, or high school handbook. Dawn Lucan will share 16 tips with you regarding high school along with great resources to help you on your new adventure.< Less
Hippy Bob & The Piano of Doom By C J Morris
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Hippy Bob is a relaxed kind of guy. Some might even say lazy. He tends to potter a bit, garden a bit and generally...well...nothing. It comes as something of a surprise to learn then, that for all... More > these years he has unknowingly been "The Saviour of Dallandore", a parallel world where imagination becomes reality and the wishy-washy ideas of possibility become the tight fitting pants of the now. Thrust into this new world with his psychotic pet Mad Cat George, he is even more surprised to find that he must play Joplin's Piano of Doom to save the multiverse and defeat the evil Maunch Detesterin who's cohorts constantly seem to be chasing him with long, pointy, sharp things. With the help of the inhabitants of Dallandore including Giants, Half-Trolls and the uniquely individual Bobbins, he must play the universal music and return the universe to harmony. Shame, he's a tone-deaf coward.< Less