El Deafo by Cece Bell

El Deafo by Cece Bell is based on true story. El Deafo is about a little kid named Cece who suffers hearing lost at age 4 years old because of meningitis. In this graphic novel, cece   mother coaxes her into trying her new hearing aid, which has a box she wears on a strap around her neck. She looks in the mirror: “Hmmm. Not great . . . but not bad, either. . . . Those cords though.” She hears much better but still has trouble understanding. One of her friend like to talk super slow (“IS. THAT. AAAY. HEAR-ING. AAAID?”). 




Cece and all the otherwise human-­seeming characters in “El Deafo” have rabbit ears (and rabbity noses) it must be some visual metaphor that author used to make it related to the hearing factor i guess. Cece's life full of drama..its explains a lot about how difficult life could be for deaf girl like her. It's worth to read it.


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8 comments:

  1. What a cute character!! :3 I never known such story before hehe nice review sister!! ^^

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    1. hehehe sbb buku ni dr oversea heheh tu yang jarang la org tahu

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  2. Comelnya.. Kalau bacakan dekat anak-anak best nie.. Sebab ada gambar..

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    1. ni mmg utk elementary punya..heee tapi tebal..year 4 keatas bru sesuai

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  3. mcm best jer buku ni.. hehe

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