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Deaf-blind since childhood, C. L. Reid received a Cochlear Implant (CI) as an adult to help her hear, and she uses American Sign Language (ASL) to communicate. She and her husband have three sons. Their middle one is also deaf-blind. Reid earned a MFA degree in Writing for Children and Young Adults at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Reid lives in Minnesota with her husband, two of their sons, and their cats.
Emma Carter loves swimming, writing, and biking. She also loves her pet goldfish and tacos. In general, Emma loves her life. Emma is Deaf and uses a cochlear ...
Emma convinces Izzie to join a soccer team, but Izzie doesn’t like it and wants to quit. Emma is determined to show Izzie just how fun soccer can be, ...
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