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Tell Me How the Wind Sounds Point ❮Download❯ ➽ Tell Me How the Wind Sounds Point ➽ Author Leslie Davis Guccione – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Fifteen year old Amanda Alden's summer vacation in New England turns out to be a summer of learning and love when she meets deaf 17 year old Jake In spite of his brusueness Amanda learns to communicat Fifteen year old Amanda Alden's summer vacation How the Kindle Ô in New England turns out to be a summer of learning and love when she meets deaf year old Jake In spite of his brusueness Amanda learns to communicate with Jake through sign language and soon realizes that her feelings for him are than friendship Powerful and believably constructed School Library Journal.

  • Paperback
  • 196 pages
  • Tell Me How the Wind Sounds Point
  • Leslie Davis Guccione
  • English
  • 02 October 2015
  • 9780590417143

10 thoughts on “Tell Me How the Wind Sounds Point

  1. Maria Elmvang Maria Elmvang says:

    YA of the old fashioned kind with all the clichés of its type The girl is so popular that everybody falls for her the old boyfriend is a thoughtless jerk the new guy is dark and mysterious The only thing this book has that makes it different is that the 'new guy' is deaf and a lot of sign language is described in the book I've always wanted to learn sign language and that by itself was enough to make the book interesting to me as a kid To an adult it doesn't offer much

  2. Jennivie Jennivie says:

    I will always love this book I hadn't read it in a very long time; I was Amanda's age or younger when love was a dream I knew nothing about It is still one of my favorites and having studied Deaf culture and ASL on my own on and off through the years it was even amazing this time through

  3. Jennivie Jennivie says:

    Now that I think of it this was than likely my very first romance novel I couldn't have been older than 12 or 13

  4. Leah Angstman Leah Angstman says:

    For whatever reason I decided to reread this It's not good for adults in the slightest but I loved it as a kid Here's my review

  5. R R says:

    Seriously one of the most memorable teenage type summer novels I read back early in high school

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