Sail Me Away Home

By Ann Clare LeZotte

Hardcover edition

Publisher Scholastic Imprint Scholastic Press ISBN


Sail Me Away Home

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Discrimination: Ableism,Discrimination: Racial Insensitivity/Racism,Discrimination: Religious

This gripping, stand-alone story, set in the world of the award-winning Show Me a Sign and Set Me Free, completes a unique and unforgettable trilogy that centers the Deaf experience.

As a young teacher on Martha’s Vineyard, Mary Lambert feels restless and adrift. So when a league of missionaries invite her to travel abroad, she knows it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. Paris is home to a pioneering deaf school where she could meet its visionary instructors Jean Massieu and Laurent Clerc—and even bring back their methods to help advance formal deaf education in America!

But the endeavor comes at a cost: The missionaries’ plan to “save” deaf children is questionable at best—and requires Mary’s support. What’s more, the missionaries’ work threatens the Wampanoag and other native peoples’ freedom and safety. Is pursuing Mary’s own goals worth the price of betraying her friends and her own values?

So begins a feverish and fraught adventure, filled with cunning characters, chance encounters, and new friendships. Together with Show Me a Sign and Set Me Free, this stunning story will enrich your understanding of Deaf history and culture, and forever alter your perspective on ability and disability.

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