Mandy stared out the window and shivered, She hated the dark; it made her so alone. At night she couldn't sign to her friends or see anyone's lips when they spoke. it felt as if the world ended at the edge of her flashlight beam.
But she looked at Grandma's tear-streaked face and bare collar. The silver pin Grandpa had given her so long ago was lost somewhere in the woods. And even though a stormy night was beginning, Mandy was determined to find it.
Barbara Booth's beautiful text and )im LaMarche's luminescent paintings give readers a rare insight into the world of a very special deaf child.
Level 4.5, 0.5 Points
|Grouped Work ID||57153163-d7d3-26a9-9164-fd01aa9c6d8a|
|Grouping Author||booth barbara d|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-29 10:33:32AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-09-22 04:36:17AM|
|author||Booth, Barbara D.|
|author_display||Booth, Barbara D|
|detailed_location_aacpl||Severn Library - Children's Fiction|
|display_description||Hearing-impaired Mandy risks going out into the scary night, during an impending storm, to look for her beloved grandmother's lost pin.|
|itype_aacpl||Children's Picture Book|
|lexile_code||AD: Adult Directed|
|owning_library_aacpl||Anne Arundel County Public Library|
Grandmothers -- Juvenile fiction
Grandmothers -- Stories
Hearing disorders -- Juvenile fiction
Hearing disorders -- Stories
People with disabilities -- Juvenile fiction
People with disabilities -- Stories
|title_full||Mandy / Barbara D. Booth ; [illustrated by] Jim LaMarche|
People with disabilities