Our Lending Library
The following are books, videos, and DVDs about hearing loss that may be of interest to our members.
In order to reserve one, email Claudia at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your requested book, video, or DVD will be present for you at our next chapter meeting. Sign the reservation sheet with the date, your name, address, telephone number and email. You may borrow the item for a month until our next chapter meeting.
The most recently added books to our library are listed first:
Listening Closely by Arlene Romoff
A journey to bilateral hearing
Baby Signing by Linda Acredolo, Ph.D. and Susan Goodwyn Ph.D.
How to talk with your baby before your baby can talk
What’s That Pig Outdoors by Henry Kisor
A memoir of deafness
How’s Your Family Really Doing? by Don MacManus. Ph.D. and Debra
Manchester MacManis. M.S.W.
10 Keys to a Happy Loving Family
Living With Hearing Loss Work Book by Sam Trychin, Ph.D.
Information for group and individual exercises in communication.
Wired for Sound: A Journey Into Hearing by Beverly Biderman
A journey into hearing and extensive information about cochlear implants.
Shouting Won’t Help: Why I—and 50 Million Other Americans—Can’t Hear You by Katherine Bouton
A moving memoir and resource for everyone who cares about their hearing.
Rebuilt: My Journey Back to the Hearing World by Michael Chorost
His journey back into the hearing world. A meditation on the nature of perception, the human brain and the relationship between technology and humanity.
Bridge to Sound With A ‘Bionic’ Ear by Cynthia Farley
A book for anyone with a hearing loss and an interest in cochlear implants.
What Did You Say? An Unexpected Journey Into the World of Hearing Loss By Monique E. Hammond
An unexpected journey into the world of hearing loss. The author is involved with the Hearing Loss Association of America.
For The World To Hear: A Biography of Howard P. House, M.D. by Sydney Hyman
An excellent biography of Dr Howard P House of the House Research Institute in Los Angeles.
Hear Again: Back to Life with a Cochlear Implant by Arlene Romoff
The compelling true store of how a late deafened adult regained communication with the hearing world. Another author who is an active member of HLAA.
The Book of Signing: A Handbook for Words and Phrases by Christopher Brown
Sign Language book with color illustrations.
Facing the Challenge Compiled by HLAA of Oregon
A Survivor’s manual for Hard of Hearing People
Listen with the Heart: Relationships and Hearing Loss by Michael A Harvey
The Best Dogs for the Deaf by Robin Dickson (Editor), Marion Paul (Author), Published by Dogs for the Deaf Inc.
Teamwork for Hearing Loss Awareness. From HLAA (10:00)
Hearing Dog Program. From Canine Companions (4:00)
Veterans with Hearing Loss. From Rochester Institute of Technology
The Telecoil. From Johns Hopkins (10:30)
Did I Do That? By Sam Trychin, Ph.D. (18:00)
I See What You Say
A self-help program for those who wish to improve their lip reading. Accompanied by a manual on lip reading.
We welcome any contributions on hearing loss to our little library. We hope that it will be well used and grow with time.