'I can't hear you in the dark, but I can lipread you in the light.' Communication assumes many forms, and lipreading is one of the ways that hearing- impaired people can communicate with the hearing world. The goal of this text is to improve communication and strengthen relationships with others. Written for the beginning lipreader and the experienced, this book shows how lipreading can be taught by supplying ready-to-use lessons. Chapter 1 is an orientation; Chapter 2 furnishes guidelines for study; Chapter 3 outlines how the lessons can be used; Chapter 4 contains the lessons and explains how sounds are made, listing the exercises for using them with Chapter 5 containing 88 stories which provides practice in word recognition and comprehension. Teachers, individuals, audiologists and other professionals who work with hearing impairment will appreciate the practical, step-by-step guide to formulating and implementing these effective methods.