What are the best books related to hearing loss?

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    #1Hear Your Life

    Hear Your Life
    Hear Your Life: Inspiring Stories and Honest Advice for Overcoming Hearing Loss by Melissa Kay Rodriguez is a nonfiction book on self-help and family. This book was published in 2012.
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    Victoria Henderson
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "magine waking up in a world of silence. You may see the world going on around you, but there is no laughter of a child, no birds singing and no soothing sound of the ocean as its waves gently tickle the shore. In Hear Your Life, readers will learn how devastating the effects of hearing loss are and learn how to avoid them. Expert Melissa K. Rodriguez shares revealing and inspirational stories about hearing loss and the road back to better hearing. She answers commonly asked questions about hearing loss and has included a resource guide full of useful information For those ready to live life to the fullest, Hear Your Life can help! Sarayi was born without ears, but now she hears the birds and her mother's voice. Donna is a nurse that chooses to hear every heartbeat clearly. Margaret was reunited with the love of her life when her husband decided to seek help and a man named Joseph hears the bell ring at his beloved boxing matches again. Meet these people and more inside the pages of this book, be a part of their journey to hear the world around them."
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    #2Hearing Loss: Facts and Fiction

    Hearing Loss: Facts and Fiction

    Hearing Loss: Facts and Fiction - 7 Secrets to Better Hearing by Timothy Frantz is a nonfiction book on self-help and psychology. This book was originally published in 2014.

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    Albert Lane
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "Hearing loss can be a worrisome subject and when I started to experience a loss of hearing in my right ear after scuba diving, I was curious to know what was going on. This book has a sizable amount of information in a succinct manner, it does get technical and occasionally use some medical jargon to better explain the anatomy of the inner ear workings, but after finishing it, I feel I've learned the basics of how and the why of hearing loss."
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    #3What Did You Say?

    What Did You Say?

    What Did You Say?: An Unexpected Journey Into the World of Hearing Loss, Second Edition by Monique E. Hammond is a nonfiction self-help book. This was originally published in 2016.

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    Harry Ramirez
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Hearinng loss is something that will change a person’s life dramatically. If I were to suddenly lose my hearing, I wouldnt know where to start or what to do. This book takes you through a journey of someone who lost their hearing unexpectedly. For those who have lost their hearing, this can be a very comforting read because the person reading will feel a connection with others who have experienced the same difficulty, instead of feeling alone and trapped in silence."
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    #4A Quiet World

    A Quiet World

    A Quiet World: Living with Hearing Loss by David G. Myers is a nonfiction book on health and medicine. This book was originally published in 2000 for those are experiencing hearing loss.

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    Brandon Meyer
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Having a loved one suffering from hearing loss at a relatively young age (in their 40's) can be a challenge. This book, written by a psychology professor offers a perspective that can be helpful to both the hearing loss sufferer and their loved ones. Probably the best feature of the book is the amount of additional information resources suggested by the book, including websites, other books, and more. "
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    #5Ruffly Speaking

    Ruffly Speaking

    Ruffly Speaking is the seventh book in A Dog Lover's Mystery series by Susan Conant. This book was originally published in 1994. This is a mystery fiction book about animals and the like.

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    Thomas Schmidt
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "I think the plot of this novel sounds interesting enough to keep my interest but I am a big fan of a good murder mystery story. I am also interested if this one may end up going the paranormal route, which also makes it even more intriguing to me!"
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    #6Children of Silence

    Children of Silence

    Children of Silence by Kathy Robinson is a nonfiction book which contains the compilation of case studies done with deaf children. This book was originally published in 1990.

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    Austin Wood
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "I read this book in college when we were studying Greek mythology. This book was such an eye opener and made me like the class so much that I was motivated to discover more about the topic. Definitely recommend it. "
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    #7For The Sake Of Elena

    For The Sake Of Elena

    For the Sake of Elena is the fifth book in the Inspector Lynley series by Elizabeth George. This book was originally published in 1992. This is a fiction book with a good balance of crime and mystery.

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    Vincent Bailey
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "Very well written mystery novel, compelling story line with many murder suspects. Author spends a little too much time on the character stories but is still compelling enough to hold your interest. "
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    #8Invisible: My Journey Through Vision and Hearing Loss

    Invisible: My Journey Through Vision and Hearing Loss

    Invisible: My Journey through Vision and Hearing Loss by Ruth Silver is an autobiography regarding the author's experience as hearing-impaired. This was originally published in 2012.

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    Nathan Vargas
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "An excellent first-hand encounter of coping with the loss of two of the five senses. Ruth Silver, the author, slowly lost her sight, a tragedy compounded by the later loss of her hearing. Despite this terrible injustice, Silver found a way to cope, be herself and to serve others by establishing a non-profit to help the similarly afflicted. This book is engaging and warm, a nice message for those coping with sensory loss or infirmity, and for those curious enough to want to explore someone else's different reality."
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    #9Seeing Voices

    Seeing Voices

    Seeing Voices is a nonfiction book written by Oliver Sacks which highlights deafness as the subject and the mode of communication being used in order to hear people. This book was originally published in 1989.

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    Jeremy Mason
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I loved this book and could have wished it twice as long. However, a friend to whom I recommended the book didn't think that highly of it. So to be honest, I guess this book isn't for everyone. It is true that particularly in this book, Sacks gets carried away by lots of long footnotes printed at the bottom of the pages. For me, reading them was like exploring every nook and cranny of a great cathedral"
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    #10When the Mind Hears

    When the Mind Hears

    When the Mind Hears: A History of the Deaf is a nonfiction book about the background and struggles of hearing impaired. This history book was originally published in 1984.

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    Roy Patterson
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "This book helped me understand my upbringing as a deaf child in a hearing family that sent me to an oral school for the deaf."

Summary

Best What are the best books related to hearing loss
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Hear Your LifeBooks 33 Paid
2Hearing Loss: Facts and FictionBooks 29 Paid
3What Did You Say?Books 28 Paid
4A Quiet WorldBooks 27 Paid
5Ruffly SpeakingBooks 24 Paid
6Children of SilenceBooks 23 Paid
7For The Sake Of ElenaBooks 21 Paid
8Invisible: My Journey Through Vision and Hearing LossBooks 20 Paid
9Seeing VoicesBooks 18 Paid
10When the Mind HearsBooks 16 Paid
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