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'This wonderful gem of a book rings clear and true like a well-tuned piano. Open the book anywhere and you won't leave the concert!' ―Gordon Hempton, Emmy Award-winning acoustic ecologist and author of One Square Inch of Silence
Marsha Engle is a marketing executive who is legally deaf and communicates through lip reading and a hearing aid that amplifies the small amount of remaining hearing in her left ear. She sits on the board of the Geneva Academic Foundation and is president of Preservation Partners of the Fox Valley.
William Huber has a gift for seeing extraordinary images in ordinary sights. He creates art that showcases subjects from a unique perspective. He works extensively in North America and Europe with a client roster that includes Hyatt, Novotel, Sofitel, Trump, and USG.See all Editorial Reviews
Was a pleasure to read. One does not know how lucky they are to hear.
Makes me wonder what I would miss the most if I lost my hearing.
Avery good thought provoking short and simple. I am giving one to my hearing impaired cousin Author is fascinating to listen to - she gives a great program.Published on December 19, 2012 by Renee Dyche
this lovely collaboration between masha engle and bill huber will make anyone of the hearing or the impaired take notice of the riches around us. Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by debra phillips
This is a lovely little book that would make an excellent gift! The photos and captions are reminders of the beauty that surrounds us each day.Published on February 21, 2011 by Gin Seek