One TV Blasting and a Pig Outdoors
Leslie H. Morrill
Albert Whitman & Company
What’s it like to have a deaf father? As Conan explains, it’s not so different—but it’s always interesting. Conan tells how his father Henry Kisor learned to read and speak, made his way through “regular” schools, and grew up to be a newspaper editor and author. Conan also describes the challenges of lipreading and the technological advances that have made communication easier for his dad.
Disability and Health; Physical disability; deaf; deaf adult; deaf father
mother and father
dog; pig; reading and speaking; newspaper; editor; author; lipreading; challenges; communication; brother
Abbott, Deborah and Kisor, Henry, "One TV Blasting and a Pig Outdoors" (1994). Diverse Families. 1950.