Library

Students and Teacher Reading BooksReading to a child on a regular basis has been shown to be extremely important for future academic performance. Learning to listen through daily reading is especially vital for young hearing-impaired children, and families are encouraged to use our library as a convenient source of books for this purpose.

Funds for the library come mainly from grants and donations, often in honor of, or in memory of, a special person. Our Happy Birthday Club is one way to recognize the birthday of a child, friend, family member or staff member.

Changing lives book by book. With your support we can grow our library, promote literacy and help our children practice and develop their reading skills. Click to take a look at our Amazon.com wishlist and give a virtual donation.

 

Summer Reading

Reading, or being read to, is an important activity that should continue even during holidays and summer vacations. In an effort to assist families with book selection, the Houston Area Independent Schools Library Network (HAISLN), annually publishes lists of recommended titles divided by grade levels for Preschool through Grade 12 students. These lists are compiled by librarians at member schools and include both fiction and non-fiction books by some of the best authors for children and young adults. To access all of these titles, go to the HAISLN web site and click on the link to “HAISLN Recommended Reading Lists.”

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The Center for Hearing and Speech

3636 West Dallas
Houston, TX 77019
P 713-523-3633
F 713-523-8399