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If a Tree Falls

A Family's Quest to Hear and Be Heard
This honest and emotional memoir explores the hard choices every parent of a deaf child has to face. Author Jennifer Rosner beautifully weaves tales of her Deaf Jewish ancestors with ...
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If a Tree Falls

A Family's Quest to Hear and Be Heard
This honest and emotional memoir explores the hard choices every parent of a deaf child has to face. Author Jennifer Rosner beautifully weaves tales of her Deaf Jewish ancestors with ...
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Jennifer Rosner's revelatory memoir explores family, silence, and what it means to be heard. When her daughters are born deaf, Rosner is stunned. Then she discovers a hidden history of deafness in her family, going back generations to the Jewish enclaves of Eastern Europe. Traveling back in time, she imagines her silent relatives, who showed surprising creativity in dealing with a world that preferred to ignore them.

Rosner shares her journey into the modern world of deafness, and the controversial decisions she and her husband have made about hearing aids, cochlear implants and sign language. An imaginative odyssey, punctuated by memories of being unheard, Rosner's story of her daughters' deafness is at heart a story of whether she-a mother with perfect hearing-will hear her children.

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