A cute and fun easy-to-follow children’s book. I love the fun rhymes along with the education about deafness, and especially the addition of sign language. — Rikki Poynter, Content Creator, Writer, Accessibility Consultant & Public Speaker
Inspired by Munzi-Logus’ real-life son, who was born with microtia, this tale serves as a powerful ode to the beauty of our differences and offers a memorable, uplifting lesson for kids about the importance of acceptance and kindness. — BookLife (full review)
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Looking for a picture book about microtia? A sweet and gentle way to introduce disability and diversity to children? Jojo’s Tiny Ear is charming, hand-illustrated book for kids that tells the story of the author’s son, Jojo, and his hearing disability.
Jojo is a happy boy who loves fireworks, the zoo, swings, and trucks! He was also born with a hearing disability. In this inspiring, child-friendly kid’s book about hearing disability, written by his mother, Jojo will tell you all about his favorite things. He’ll also answer your questions about his tiny ear and show you that his disability doesn’t stop him from enjoying his life!
Author and illustrator Stefania Munzi-Logus writes lovingly, but informatively, about her son, his condition, and how to communicate with people with hearing disabilities.
“Be proud of what makes you, you.
We all thrive with our own technique.
You are valuable too.
The world is more beautiful when we are all unique.”
This is a picture book about microtia. But the real message for kids and parents alike is that differences are ok and that everybody is a little bit different!
Check out the “Press about Jojo” tab to read more about Stefania and Jojo and their story, including a recent segment on Wednesday’s Warrior: Jojo’s Tiny Ear brings awareness to hearing loss for children and a Live Chat and Read Aloud with Sheryl Lewin, MD!