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Uhlberg, Myron.
Atlanta : Peachtree, 2003.
IL K-3, RL 4.9
ISBN 1561452211
Many years ago, before the Internet and even before the television was invented, people read newspapers.  That's were they found out what was going on in the world.  Of course, people still read newspapers but not like they used to.  The newspapers were created using very large printing presses.  The presses were very loud.  Because of the terrible noise, the printing press was thought to be a perfect job for hearing impaired people.  In this story, a deaf man works at the press and finds himself isolated from the hearing people.
SUBJECTS:     Fathers -- Fiction.
                        Deaf -- Fiction.
                        People with disabilities -- Fiction.
                        Sign language -- Fiction.
                        Newspaper buildings -- Fiction.


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