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I"m deaf, and it"s okay

by Lorraine Aseltine

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by A. Whitman & Co. in Niles, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deaf children -- Juvenile literature,
  • Deaf,
  • People with disabilities

  • About the Edition

    A young boy describes the frustrations caused by his deafness and the encouragement he receives from a deaf teenager that he can lead an active life.

    Edition Notes

    StatementLorraine Aseltine, Evelyn Mueller, Nancy Tait ; pictures by Helen Cogancherry.
    ContributionsMueller, Evelyn., Tait, Nancy., Cogancherry, Helen, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV2392 .A84 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[40] p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2544656M
    ISBN 100807534722
    ISBN 109780807534724
    LC Control Number85026446
    OCLC/WorldCa12805685

    ‘deaf children’ ‘Thorn Park School is a day special school for deaf and partially hearing children from two to sixteen years of age.’ ‘Budgie is a hearing dog for the deaf and was brought in for assembly by his owner Tracy Lewis, who lives in the town.’.   I am Deaf and it’s Okay. I am deaf, and it’s okay It’s not my fault – I was born this way! I am deaf and it’s okay It doesn’t mean I cannot play – or jump or run or shoot for goal Or listen to a story told. I am deaf and it’s okay I’m just like you, but in a different way. I’ll need some help, so please be kind.

      I'm new to the forum and hoping this is okay to post here. I'm currently writing a deaf character for a book and looking for some verification on a couple of things. I've done a lot of research as I want the information to be accurate. But I think it's best to double check what I've read online as well. So my first question is this. Deaf culture is one of those cultures that has lists of common stereotypes, and issues they face constantly on a daily basis. Some of most common misconceptions are: Deaf can not talk, laugh, have good jobs, can not drive, all deaf sign, and so many more. Marlee Matlin, is a deaf actress who is very popular and successful.

      In her latest book, It's Okay Not To Be Okay, Sheila Walsh shares 8 practical strategies that will help those struggling to be okay, live fully in Christ. 'I believed it was not okay not to be okay, so I relentlessly pushed myself to fix myself.   If a hearing person is asking this question, then the main reason is usually due to that person’s perception that s/he might feel that way if they lack hearing with their current life style. That person cannot imagine living life as a deaf person.


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out of 5 stars I'm Deaf and it's okay. Reviewed in the United States on February 9, Verified Purchase. I bought this book for our son's pre-k teacher to share with the class.

It was also used for his kindergarten class. It's the only book like it's Im deaf that I know of out there that can help explain so much to Im deaf about what a deaf /5(8). This book is about a deaf boy who wears hearing aids to assist him in hearing some words and sounds. He struggles with feeling alone and the reality that he will need hearing aids all his life.

His teacher arranges for a seventeen year old to visit the classroom to let the students know it’s okay to be grown-up and wear hearing aids.4/5. out of 5 stars I'm Deaf and it's okay Reviewed in the United States on February 9, I bought this book for our son's pre-k teacher to share with the class/5.

Buy a cheap copy of I'm Deaf and It's Okay (A Concept Book) by Lorraine Aseltine. A young boy describes the frustrations caused by his deafness and the encouragement he receives from a deaf teenager that he can lead an active life.

Free shipping over $/5(3). I'm really glad I found this. I'm not Deaf and don't have a family connection with Deaf people, but I'm planning to have a child and want my kid exposed to a lot of diversity in the books I read to him or her.

I happened to have this book and read it over, and it bothered me a bit, but I couldn't quite figure out why. Reply DeleteAuthor: Shauna Segler. Often the book I'm Deaf and It's Okay (A Concept Book) has a lot of information on it. So when you check out this book you can get a lot of profit.

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History of the Deaf Helpful Links. Children's Books I'm Deaf and It's Okay By Lorraine Aseltine, Evelyn Mueller, Nancy Tait and Nancy Taid This book is for 4 to 8-year-olds.

It's about a boy who grows up with hearing loss. He feels very frustrated when he tries to communicate with other people. Then he meets a deaf teenager. Books shelved as deaf: El Deafo by Cece Bell, Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick, Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf World by Leah Hager Cohen, Seeing Voices by O.

This book should be required reading for being human.” —Kate McCombs, relationship educator and creator of Tea & Empathy events “Megan Devine tells the truth about loss, and in doing so, she normalizes an experience that has been censored and stigmatized.

It’s OK That You’re Not OK is enormously comforting and validating. Get this from a library. I'm deaf, and it's okay. [Lorraine Aseltine; Evelyn Mueller; Nancy Tait; Helen Cogancherry] -- A young boy describes the frustrations caused by his deafness and the encouragement he receives from a deaf teenager that he can lead an active life.

Patricia A. Dyreson - A Very Special Egg In the eye-catching and colorfully illustrated picture book with one page of written story, two children (one deaf and the other hearing) will discover the true meaning of Easter-including religious symbolism- "new life" in nature.

TM ® & © Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved. Susan Cheyney GRADES: About Us. And for a huge portion of the population, that position is "I’m Not OK-You’re OK." This negative "life position," shared by successful and unsuccessful people alike, contaminates our rational adult capabilities, leaving us vulnerable to inappropriate, emotional reactions of our child and uncritically learned behavior programmed into our parent.

I'm deaf and it's okay because: G_D don't make no junk. We are all special and unique in our own way. Just because we can't hear or have trouble hearing does not mean we are not a full and capable person.

We can all rise to the situation and be the best me we can be and no one can take that away from us. The year-old former assistant district attorney from Atlanta, Georgia, is not one bit shy when it comes to detailing her breakup with Murray, whom she split with after an eight-month engagement, in her new book It's Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After.

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When I’m reading a book, I do not have to guess in the way that I do when lipreading – paper never covers its mouth or turns its head. but books written in English – many d/Deaf people.

Deaf. I often use this in casual conversation, but not in my writing, because in fact I am profoundly deaf in one ear and have limited hearing in the other. As I said in my book, Shouting Won't Help, the term "deaf" is politically incorrect for someone like me, but I still like to use it.

It's blunt and sassy. I'm Deaf and It's Okay: Lorraine Aseltine Evelyn Mueller Nancy Tait The main character is Deaf he signs and wears hearing aids and he meets an older Deaf child in the book. 4 + yr I Have a Sister. My Sister is Deaf: Jeanne Whitehouse Peterson.

Ever since I watched Why Not Theatre’s excellent ASL/English Prince Hamlet a few months ago, I’ve been on the lookout for other examples of Deaf representation in arts and culture. As a bookworm, my interest naturally fell on finding books that featured Deaf characters or touched upon Deaf Culture.

I should point out that I’m not Deaf, CODA nor hard of hearing, so I’m. 6. Sara Novic. Novic’s debut novel, Girl at War, is a coming of age story set in war-torn is gaining national attention and has been named one of the best books of the year by Bookpage, Booklist, and Electric is the Alex Award Winner, Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist, and was Longlisted for the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction.

I’m Elizabeth, a twenty-something from Texas, but we’re about to move far away to New England so I can attend law school.

I have an amazing toddler daughter and a brilliant (also deaf!) husband. Before buckling down and making plans to go to law school I worked in HR, then ran a photography business.