[NFB-Braille-Discussion] Literacy for Adult Learners

Ellen Ringlein germlish77 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 10 21:19:16 UTC 2021

After learning the Braille code, the first book I read was a mystery. While
it took me two to three months to read it, I know I would stick with it,
since I wanted to know "who done it." 


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Subject: Re: [NFB-Braille-Discussion] Literacy for Adult Learners

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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