Emma Every Day

I came across these Beginner Read books at work and I just had to share them!  The reason why I wanted to share these books is because that these fiction books is related to having a character who is is deaf that has a cochlear implant and uses American Sign Language.   It is so cool to see books that have deaf fictional characters in it.

Personal note:
Not all deaf people use American Sign Language or have a cochlear implant. 

 

There are four books in the set.  The illustrations are so cool.

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Fall is Emma’s favorite season. She loves the weather, the leaves, and most of all, the apples! Every fall, Emma’s dad takes Emma and her best friend, Izzie, to the apple orchard. And every year they pick dozens of apples so they can make apple pies, applesauce, apple tarts, and other apple treats. But this year, things don’t go as planned at the orchard. Follow Emma and Izzie on their apple adventure in this early chapter book from the Emma Every Day series. An ASL fingerspelling chart, glossary, and content-related questions complete the book.
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Emma is excited about Izzie’s birthday party. But she’s also nervous. Is her dress too fancy? Will she know anyone else at the party? Did she buy the right gift? Will Emma’s worries ruin her chance to have fun? Find out how Emma handles her party problems in this early chapter book from the Emma Every Day series. An ASL fingerspelling chart, glossary, and content-related questions complete the book.
Emw
Click. Clack. Tap, tap, tap. Emma just started dance lessons and is determined to learn the routine perfectly. But dance isn’t as easy as she had hoped. Thankfully Emma doesn’t give up easily. Emma proves that hard work and practice will take those tap dance troubles away in this early chapter book from the Emma Every Day series. An ASL fingerspelling chart, glossary, and content-related questions complete the book.
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It’s the first field trip of the year! Emma’s class is headed to a history museum. Field trips are supposed to be fun, but how much fun can you have looking at old things all day? Leave it to Emma to find the fun in everything, including history, in this early chapter book from the Emma Every Day series. An ASL fingerspelling chart, glossary, and content-related questions complete the book.

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