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didascaly  asked:

I'm a deaf teenage girl, and I wondered if you guys know of any YA books with deaf teenagers as main characters, etc. I've never found any. Thank you!

Absolutely we know a few! We’re working on a list, but in the meantime, check out:

Five Flavors of Dumb by Anthony John
Loving April by Melvin Burgess
Whisper by Chrissie Perry
The Hear No Evil series by Kate Chester (might be MG)
Read My Lips by Teri Brown
Hurt Go Happy by Ginny Rorby (might be MG)
T4 by Ann Clare LeZotte
Wonderstruck by Brain Selznick
The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin by Josh Berk

We’ve reviewed Five Flavors of Dumb on Disability in Kidlit before, and our reviewer (the excellent andreashettle) liked it overall but did have some qualms. I don’t know much about the others, except that the author of T4 is a deaf woman herself.

Hopefully this helped! Let us know what you think if you read them.