This Way, Charlie. It’s a wonderful friendship story between a blind horse and a grumpy goat written by Caron Levis.
Browsing: Books on Deaf and Blind
This picture-book tells the heart-breaking story of James Castle, an artist who grew up unloved by his family and community because of his deafness.
We highly recommend Oh Susannah: Things That Go Bump! by Carole P. Roman.
Six Dots is not only a story about braille – it is also a story about reading, and about the power of education and the support and love of family.
Whitney Gardner is the author of YOU’RE WELCOME, UNIVERSE (March 7, 2017; Knopf), an illustrated YA novel about a Deaf teen artist who must decide between being painted into obscurity or risking getting caught after she finds herself locked in a graffiti war with an opponent who takes it a step too far.
These five family favorites selected by Beth Vrabel, author of A Blind Guide to Normal, are books that helped her family enjoy and navigate various stages of their family life.
Using the fictional story of how dogs came to be on Earth, author Tana Thompson weaves a delicate and soothing story that highlights God’s ability to show his love to all, including the blind and deaf.