Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out why I wanted to read this book.I’m not going to show any other picture from the book because I’d end up highlighting everything and you’d kill me in the process.So I will post nothing. Read the book yourself.This is not the first book about deaf people I’ve rea...
"And being different? That turned out to be the best part of all. I found that with a little creativity, and a lot of education, any difference can be turned into something amazing. Our differences are our superpowers." - Cece Bell, El Deafo This is a graphic memoir about the author's own child...
the book is a comic or graphic novel. unlike most i have read it truly was a novel. it had chapters and the hardback book is the shape and size of a regular novel. it was kinda like a memoir. i really could sympathize with the child and her difficult elementary years wearing a phonic ear and going...
Everyone should read El Deafo, a wonderful coming-of-age story. When Cece was four she becomes sick, the doctors find out she has meningitis. After her stay in the hospital it becomes clear that she's lost her hearing. Cece gets fitted for a hearing aide. She wears a small case around her nec...
I may have to read more Cece Bell books because I certainly loved and connected a lot to this one. I am severely deaf and do have hearing aids. So reading about a child growing up having to deal with this change was very relatable. I thought it was done very well, in a humorous but extremely smart w...
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