Non-Fiction DVD Recommendations 11 11 17

Hi everyone, here are our three recommended non-fiction DVDs for this week!

(Click on the photos to request the DVDs)

See What I’m Saying

Description: With more than 30 million deaf and hard of hearing individuals living in the U.S., deaf culture thrives in America. Yet although deaf performers are famous within their own communities, they remain largely unknown to hearing audiences.

A powerful and rare glimpse into the lives of deaf artists, SEE WHAT I M SAYING focuses on four deaf performers actor Robert DeMayo, singer TL Forsberg, drummer Bob Hiltermann, and comic CJ Jones over the course of one year as they endeavor to cross over into mainstream culture. Together, their fascinating and intertwining stories showcase the talent and the universal human appeal of their gripping journeys

Illuminating and inspirational, SEE WHAT I M SAYING opens a door into America s vibrant deaf culture for those who are signing impaired.

Dewey Decimal System Number: DVD 362.42 SEE


Ireland’s Wild Coast

Description: Ireland’s Wild Coast is a journey along one of the most spectacular coastlines in the world, featuring the wildlife and wild places that make it so special. As never captured before, this series features Ireland’s west coast and wildlife wonders from the Skellig Rocks; to breaching humpback whales; to golden eagles; to majestic salmon; to the clash of Ireland s last surviving red deer stags.

Dewey Decimal System Number: DVD 914.15 IRE


Touching The Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch

Description: From PBS – Joe Hutto’s remarkable ability to interact with wild creatures was previously portrayed in the award-winning NATURE film, My Life as a Turkey. His new wild family is made up of mule deer living high in the mountains near his home in Wyoming, and the extraordinary story of how he became one of them pushes once again at the boundaries of how we perceive wild animals.

Dewey Decimal System Number: DVD 599.653 TOU


Have a good weekend!

Linda, SSCL

P.S. Don’t forget the library is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. so when you’re out and about – drop in and check out some books and DVDs!

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