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P.D.J Roger New Orleans

Way back in 1842 in New Orleans a Deaf man named P.D.J. Roger declared the importance of teaching in signed languages to both groups of people; one group who speak with MOUTH (i.e. spoken English, spo...Read More

Deaf Cinderella Made New Friends

Deaf Cinderella enjoyed making new friends with the story characters from the other authors’ children’s books. The authors and I shared something in common – that when we write our stories, we b...Read More

Signing, Reading and Writing

#CRL ♥️ [Video transcript] Adonia: Crazy Reading Lady – that’s me! Yes! Remember, it’s Signing, Reading and Writing. Not just reading or writing but Signing, Reading and Writing! Rig...Read More

Family Farris Got A Copy of Deaf Cinderella Book

Donna (Smith) Farris and I have been best friends since we were young, from when she was 6 and I was 5 at the time. We share a lot in common: 1. We have almost same first name: Donna and Adonia. 2. We...Read More

Dr. Lawrence Raymond “Larry” Fleischer

I want to share my memory of my dear friend, Dr. Lawrence Raymond “Larry” Fleischer….today is his birthday (October 11, 2019). He would be 74 years old. It was ten years ago this year when he pa...Read More

My Beautiful Cousin Reagan

Look! Take a peek at what my beautiful cousin Reagan has to say in the video! She goes to Hawkins Middle School in Hendersonville, Tennessee. ♥️ Who else loves Deaf Cinderella? [Video transcript] Reag...Read More

3 Proud Owners Of Copies of Deaf Cinderella

Here’s the proud owners of copies of Deaf Cinderella! One is a graduate of Alabama School for the Deaf (Michael Jack Hill). Another is a graduate of Tennessee School for the Deaf (Amy Warren). And one...Read More

Ruby Losh Owns A Copy Of Deaf Cinderella

Ruby Losh, an ASL and ASL-English Interpreter coordinator of Pierpont Community and Technical College in Fairmont, WV, proves the world that she is a champion bilingual! She is a graduate of West Virg...Read More

A Deaf Mentor Margaret Jarvis

Here’s a picture of Margaret (Osborne) Jarvis, a Deaf Mentor at White County elementary school, with two copies of Deaf Cinderella (one hardcover and one softcover) and a poster. She and her son drove...Read More