[NFB-Braille-Discussion] Literacy for Adult Learners

Debra Baxley debrabaxley330 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 10 20:35:21 UTC 2021

I found myself at age sixty reading fifty Braille pages a day; I was 
surprised.  I really like reading poetry because most poems are short; 
one can stop  after readiing a poem, and not loose the thought.  I also 
love reading the Bible, especially, the Psalms.

Debra On 7/10/2021 2:57 PM, Susan Jolly via NFB-Braille-Discussion 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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