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May 01,"Jennifer Rosner's If a Tree Falls is the kind of memoir that reminds the reader how we are all part of the same long line: complicated selves finding our way in a world that challenges us to discover our deeper resilience and untold strengths."- Vicki Forman, author of This Lovely Life: A Memoir of Premature Motherhood/5(57).

The Yellow Bird Sings is Jennifer Rosner's debut novel. She is the author of the memoir If A Tree Falls: A Family's Quest to Hear and Be Heard, and the children's book, The Mitten String. Her writing has appeared in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines. Jennifer /5(56)."Jennifer Rosner's If a Tree Falls is the kind of memoir that reminds the reader how we are all part of the same long line: complicated selves finding our way in a world that challenges us to discover our deeper resilience and untold strengths." - Vicki Forman, author of This Lovely Life: A Memoir of Premature Motherhood.

May 01, A revealing memoir of a family and a “wrenching journey into deafness from the standpoint of a mother, a wife, a daughter, a philosopher, and a Jew” (Ilan Stavans, author of On Borrowed Words: A Memoir of Language). When her daughters were born deaf, Jennifer Rosner was stunned. Then she discovered a hidden history of deafness in her family, going back generations to /5(2).

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