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Movers and Shakers / Text Only : Deaf People Who Changed the World (97 Edition)

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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 & Publications
-- English References (English as a Second Language)
-- Storytellers & Humorists

Table of Contents

Alice of Battenberg — Ludwig van Beethoven — Black coyote — James "Deaf" Burke — Laurent Clerc — LeRoy Colombo & Alexander Ferguson — Joachim Du Bellay — Thomas Alva Edison — Juan Fernandez Ximenes de Navarette — Andrew Foster — John Goodricke — Francisco Goya — John Robert Gregg — James Howe — William Hoy — Helen Keller — Juliette "Daisy" Gordon Low — Francis Humberstone MacKenzie — Antonio Magarotto — Harriet Martineau — Pierre de Ronsard — Laura Catherine Redden Searing — Erastus "Deaf" Smith — Sanzan Tani — Douglas Tilden — Konstantin Tsiolkovsky.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780915035649
Subtitle:
(deaf people who changed the world : twenty-six tales of genius, struggle, perseverance and heroism )
Author:
Carroll, Cathryn
Publisher:
DawnSignPress
Location:
San Diego, CA :
Subject:
Deaf
Subject:
Deaf -- Biography.
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references p. 137-142.
Series Volume:
173
Publication Date:
c1997
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
x, 142 p.

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