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Friends can be tough But going to school and making new friends while wearing a bulky hearing aid strapped to your chest That reuires superpowers In this funny poignant graphic novel memoir authorillustrator Cece Bell chronicles her hearing loss at a young age and her subseuent experiences with the Phonic Ear a very powerful and very awkward hearing aid The Phonic Ear gives Cece the abi.

Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) David Lasky has been a published cartoonist since Among his best known work is the award nominated Urban Hipster and No Ordinary Flu in collaboration with King County Public Health His most recent work is the graphic novel Don't Forget This Song the story of country music's Carter Family.

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  • Barbara

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionCece is my daughter and I am so very proud of her for baring her soul to write El Deafo She worked 5 years to write and illustrate her graphic novel and it carries so many many messages to everyone who reads it I had hoped Cece would write this book ever since she started having her Sock Mobkey books published I believe she is benefiting from her book related travels and experiences as much as her readers benefit from her book Thanks for askin' Sincerely A Proud Mama


  • Stumbleine

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionMy nine year old daughter is in love with graphic novels for girls right now She is an excellent reader but she is not interested in books written in any other format right now I bought my little girl this book because I work with people with various disabilitiesWhile I feel like my daughter has a certain degree of awareness of people's differences barriers and abilities because of my job there is nothing like an autobiographical perspective to teach her about the real life experiences of someone who deals with a barrier such as a hearing impairment Cece is real easy to relate to funny and struggles with all of the same things that all little girls do but on top of that she has to cope with trying to fit in despite her assistive devices and feeling so d


  • Jeremy R Cady

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionHullo I read this book for a literature class at my co op and usually I don't pay any attention to graphic novels I know there are some people out there that love reading graphic novels but I'm the type that reads a lot of non graphic novel fantasy books I liked this book because it was in the point of view of a little girl who is deaf and is trying her best to fit in People judge her for being deaf and having a big hearing a


  • Idarah

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionI am a fan of Raina Telgemeir's graphic novels based on her childhood When she blurbed El Deafo I knew I would enjoy itCece loses her hearing at the age of four as a result of sudden illness All at once she has to relearn how to communicate with those around her including family and friends School turns out to be a bit tricky since she can't read her teacher's lips at all times Not to worry Phonic Ear to the rescueCece's Phonic Ear hearing aid gives her superpowers but it also makes her feel alienated and different not the easiest things to juggle while trying to make friendsand growing up SheeshI loved the illustrations details and storyline I was especially moved by her afterword about deaf culture and hearing impairment Definitely worth reading whether you're a kid or an adultI felt different and


  • Graeme W

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionI'm not Graeme but I am his daughter I got this book the day after I turned 10 and I was so excited to read it I read it as soon as I got home I read than half of the book in one day and didn't want to go to dinner because I read from 300 until 600 The next day I took the book to school and read it at silent reading time and I was so sad when silent reading was over because the book is so amazing I read it in any spear time I had I love love love this book I am not much of a reader and don't really like it but this book is fantastic and because of it I like to read I hope you see this Cece You are such a strong girl and I feel so sorry for the bad times you had Love Ruby


  • Jessica S

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionI would recommend this book to anyone who loves graphic novelsCece became deaf at the age of 4 after an illness she had The book sees her struggles at fitting in at her new school which sees her surrounded by hearing people She goes through many different friends who seem nice but make a big deal about her hearing aid They assume that turning the volume up on the television and the radio will help Cece understand and one girl Ginny speaks really loud and slowI like the way Cece portrays the characters as rabbits and I especially love the illustration of Cece the rabbit wearing headphones d


  • Laura

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionMy thoughtsThe artwork is this graphic novel is GORGEOUS I absolutely loved that all the characters were animals and the colourful cheery art style of really helped set the tone for El DeafoThe story was VERY com


  • Steph

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionA sweet charming and warm exploration of what itโ€™s like for Cece growing up making friends and losing them and her deafness I thought it was brilliantly done My friend has been recommending this to me for MONTHS and Iโ€™m glad I finally got round to it


  • E. Macquarrie

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionWas hoping to share this graphic novel with my deaf students but the writer's attitude to sign language was uite negative and is unresolved in the book so I think my students might have been rather upset or offended by it which was unfortunate as they would have shared many of the other experiences covered in the book Obviously the writer is representing her own personal feelings but I would be wary of using this text with deaf pupils and students as a result


  • Horvath Gabriella

    Free read æ El Deafo (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) El Deafo , Turtleback School Library Binding EditionI liked this book because it was fun to read and it also taught me that even if people are different they'll want to be treated normally and how you'd expect to be treated by them