Scott Schroeder dreams of a day when he and his father can have a home of their own. Following an accident that took his mother’s life eight years before, doctors discovered Scott was suddenly deaf. Blessed with being an accomplished gymnast and skilled at signing and reading lips, Scott’s biggest challenge is convincing others he is able to do all the same things as those in the hearing world. Picking up on conversations he observes along the way, Scott figures out a big family secret concerning his father and uncle and makes his mind up to play a part in their reconciliation.
|Interest Level||Grade 4 - Grade 8|
|Reading Level||Grade 4|
|Publisher||Red Chair Press|
|Imprint||One Elm Books|
|Number of Pages||176|
Author: Carl Watson
Carl Watson is an award-winning author. He has taught elementary and middle school language arts and helped write a social studies syllabus for Fort Worth, TX schools. He currently lives in Texas.
Illustrator: Andrew Bosley
Andrew Bosley is a concept artist specializing in illustration for gaming and animation. He earned a BFA from San Jose State University and lives and now works in Arizona.
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Scott Schroeder dreams of a day when he and his father can have a home of their own. Following an accident that took his mother’s life eight years before, doctors discovered Scott was suddenly deaf. Blessed with being an accomplished gymnast and skilled at signing and reading lips… View available downloads →