Movers & Shakers: Deaf People Who Changed the World: Twenty-Six Tales of Genius, Struggle, Perseverance and Heroism

The storybook is a compelling collection of twenty six unique deaf people whose lives were challenged either by accident or circumstance, and how they met their challenges, overcame them, and used them to their advantage.Movers Shakers includes further references on Deaf Culture History Fingerspelling, Gestures, Sign Languages Deaf Organizations PThe storybook is a compelling collection of twenty six unique deaf people whose lives were challenged either by accident or circumstance, and how they met their challenges, overcame them, and used them to their advantage.Movers Shakers includes further references on Deaf Culture History Fingerspelling, Gestures, Sign Languages Deaf Organizations Publications English References English as a Second Language Storytellers Humorists
Movers Shakers Deaf People Who Changed the World Twenty Six Tales of Genius Struggle Perseverance and Heroism The storybook is a compelling collection of twenty six unique deaf people whose lives were challenged either by accident or circumstance and how they met their challenges overcame them and used the

  • Title: Movers & Shakers: Deaf People Who Changed the World: Twenty-Six Tales of Genius, Struggle, Perseverance and Heroism
  • Author: Cathryn Carroll
  • ISBN: 9780915035649
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Movers & Shakers: Deaf People Who Changed the World: Twenty-Six Tales of Genius, Struggle, Perseverance and Heroism”

    1. Thank goodness for reads like this that give insight into important people throughout history who we may not have heard about. Sadly many of the people who were most intriguing to me I was unable to find more material on at the library. We need more authors focusing on individuals such as these than writing another biography on the latest pop star.

    2. I had to read this for worke grade level's lower than my norm, but it has some interesting bios in it. (Like Goya the artist. Who knew?) Cute if you *really* want to learn about some famous folks in D/deaf historybut there's a little too much conjecture for my taste.

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