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SUMMARY ´ I Have a Sister My Sister Is Deaf Reading Rainbow Book è [BOOKS] ⚦ I Have a Sister My Sister Is Deaf Reading Rainbow Book ✫ Jeanne Whitehouse Peterson – Insolpro.co.uk A young deaf child who loves to run and jump and play is affectionately described by her older sister ‘Can give young cA young deaf child who a Sister ePUB #8608 loves to run and jump and play is affectionately described by her older sister ‘Can give young children a. Published in 1984 by HarperTrophyInterest Level 3rd 5th GradeThis book is about a young girl who has a sister that is deaf and how she deals with that fact The various struggles are depicted through a series of pencil drawings in a picture book format The story focuses on the outward struggles of the sister and how the young girl relates to her sister The treatment of this topic could be much deeper and richer but the author does do a good job of relating a physical disability to a sibling without making the story feel contrived or forced This would be a good story to discuss as a class or do as a read aloud

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Day experiences of the two sisters' 'BL Coretta Scott King Award Honor BookA Reading Rainbow SelectionChildren's Books I Have PDF of Library of Congre. I thought I have a sister my sister is deaf was a fairly interesting bookit is a realistic fiction I liked that the author had the main character describing her sister who was deaf instead of having the deaf sister as the main character I felt that it gave you another prospective into the life of a deaf child I also liked that it described the characters life in a very realistic manner because it shows the things a family member of a deaf person goes through in a relatable manner I think the plot was interesting because it not only told the of the fun activities the sisters experience together but it also talked about how it can be hard having a deaf sister sometimes which is completely understandable I liked the illustrations felt that they would have been a little fun and interesting if the pictures were in color but they were very interesting illustration and followed the story line very well I also liked the main characters were not American because I felt that it offered up a different perspective and showed that deafness is world wide and something that many people experience There was not a lot of diversity represented in the form of different culture groups but I did think it exposed children to a new perspective

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I Have a Sister My Sister Is Deaf Reading Rainbow BookN understanding of the fact that deaf children share all the interests of children with normal hearing' 'C ‘A friendly affirmative look at the every. Learn about what it is like to be deaf from her sister