[NFB-Braille-Discussion] Literacy for Adult Learners

Sanho Steele-Louchart sanho817 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 10 20:10:09 UTC 2021


My very favorite thing to read (and, in fact, the only thing I've ever
completed in braille) is young adult fiction. They're short enough
that I don't lose focus halfway through the book and long enough that
I still need to apply myself to get through one.


On 7/10/21, Susan Jolly via NFB-Braille-Discussion
<nfb-braille-discussion at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> One thing that seems to be missing from this discussion is reading because
> one enjoys the content.  I'd be interested to learn what the braille
> readers
> on this list most enjoy reading.  I know that lots of people look forward
> to
> what is sometimes called guilty pleasure or beach reading.  Could be a
> romance novel or a young adult book or a murder mystery or poetry or a
> gossip column or one of many other possibilities.
> Best wishes,
> Susan J.
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