ANA Discussion Forum
General Category => Hearing Issues => Topic started by: Lilan on July 12, 2009, 07:24:57 am
I read this book many years ago but am planning to reread it soon now that I have a new perspective on the issue of hearing loss. It occurred to me that it might be a good read for others, too!
The author, Henry Kisor, became deaf as a toddler and went on to spend years as the book editor of the Chicago Sun-Times -- raise a family -- and pilot planes as a hobby! The book has been described as a "memoir of deafness" with a lot of insight and humor.