Julia's Words by Judith L. Roth
Publisher: Herald Press (April 2009)
Main character, Christina meets Julia, a deaf girl, at a campground. As she spends time with Julia, Christina gets a glimpse of what it might be like to be deaf. She also finds out there’s more than one way to communicate, and that friendship is deeper than sound. For children ages 6-10 and their families. Teachers and others who work with deaf children will find this book educational.
Julia is the secondary character who is deaf and uses sign language to communicate.
To read an interview with Judith L. Roth about Julia’s Words, click here.