Going with the Flow
Janice Leep Porter
When Mark changes schools in mid-year, he is angry, lonely, and embarrassed by his deafness, but he soon begins to adjust. Includes information about deafness. When he has difficulty adjusting to his new school, where he is the only deaf child, fifth-grader Mark is helped by a friend & by becoming part of the basketball team.
Disability and Health; Physical disbaility; deaf; deaf child
mother and father
moving; basketball; friendships; new school; adjustment; New Jersey; sign language; reading lips; feelings
Blatchford, Claire H., "Going with the Flow" (1998). DIVerse Families. 1584.