[nfbwatlk] Braille Books

Janice Dye janicedye at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 21 22:57:52 CDT 2010

Does anyone have super beginner braille books?  Or a source for such?
Fiancee is on his 3rd day of "jumbo braille" and seeking stuff to help.

On Aug 21, 2010 8:34 PM, "Jedi" <loneblindjedi at samobile.net> wrote:
> This is an inventory of books I'd like to give away. All of these are
> in Grade 2 Braille and most are soft cover. Please distribute this list
> to anyone you think might be interested in some Braille books for their
> students. Otherwise, feel free to contact me if you wish to get back in
> touch with your childhood favorites. My e-mail is
> loneblindjedi at samobile.net. I'd like to have all these in transit to
> someone else's bookshelf by the end of next week if at all possible.
> Grade 2 and below
> The Little Engine That Could
> The Velveteen Rabbit
> The Emperors Birthday suit
> Grades 3-5
> Through Grampa's Eyes
> Hurricane
> Cam Janson and the Mystery of the Missing Dinosaur Bones
> The Chocolate Touch
> Trumpet of the Swan
> Aladdin
> Bed-Knobs and Broomsticks
> Grades 6-9
> Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone
> The Magical Worlds of Harry Potter
> Ella Enchanted
> Basic Cooking
> Black Beauty
> Pleasing the Ghost
> The Indian and the Cupboard
> Blubber
> Walk Two Moons
> View from Saturday
> Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
> Grades 9 and Over
> When You Become 18
> The Pigman
> The Princess Diaries
> The Girls' Book of Wisdom
> Thanks for your help.
> Respectfully,
> Jedi
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