A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family
From the time she was a toddler, Lou Ann Walker was the ears and voice for her deaf parents. Their family life was warm and loving, but outside the home, they faced a world that misunderstood and often rejected them.
What people are saying - Write a review
TJtroKi ffte Nfcftf
Other editions - View all
American Sign Language asked aunt baby Ball State University Big Willie broken ears child Christmas Dad's daughter Deaf Club deaf community deaf person dinner door Doris Jean drive El Mudo everything eyes face feel felt fingers friends front gang Garnel Gathel gesture girl Grandma grandmother Greencastle hand hard head heard hearing Helen Keller high school Imogene Indiana Indianapolis interpreting kids knew learned linotype machine lip-read looked Lou Ann Lou Ann Walker Mom and Dad Mom's Montpelier morning mother and father mouth Mudo Nasties Nellie never night once parents Pedro Puff pulled seemed she'd sign language sisters sitting someone sound staring stopped story street suddenly talk teacher tell things told took tried trying turned Uncle Bill voice waiting walked Walker wanted watched window woman words writing York magazine