I believe it will also give most hearing people insight into the joys of deaf people.
Author Myron Uhlberg tells a sensitive story in gentle, yet truthful words in his book, Hands of My Father: A Hearing Boy, His Deaf Parents, and the Language of Love.
At heart a love story between Uhlberg and his father Lou (though Sarah is not shirked), it is all the more moving because it is so real...and so very well written.
Awesome book. I am deaf myself, this book helped me understand better what my children has been through even though we live in different times. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Patricia A. Tadak
Hands of my Father by Myron Uhlberg, a Kindle book I began reading on August 11th. Continuing on my current mental bender of choosing psych/bio books, this one seems good. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kristine Fisher
Very well written. Gives the rea ders a better understanding of the problems the hearing impaired have. Hopefully it will make people more compassionate towards them.Published 8 months ago by Little bit gramma
I had to read thus book for school a d I have to say it wasn't bad. I found it gave a very interesting perspective on what it was like to live back then. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sophia
My bookclub really enjoyed reading this book. We learned a lot about Deaf culture, prejudice/discrimination, the love of one's family. Definitely a good read!Published 9 months ago by LB-NTID
This book was most revealing for me as a hearing daughter of a father who acquired deafness in my teen years. Read morePublished 12 months ago by 4dogsite
This is a wonderful, beautifully told book. I would recommend it to anyone who has hearing impaired relatives or friends.Published 12 months ago by number one meemaw
A very insightful look into the world of Deaf culture. I found it very interesting how you got a slice of life for not only a Deaf family, but one growing up in such a history time... Read morePublished 13 months ago by James Stump