[Pibe-division] NBP-Announce: Kids: NBP's Annual Holiday Sale!
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Wed Oct 28 04:56:13 UTC 2009
Jump on the holidays - save time and money - with National Braille
Press's annual holiday kids' book sale!
Order 3 books from the list below, get the fourth one FREE!
Order 2 books from the list below, get the third one for half-price!
Sale expires December 31, 2009
Order soon - these books are in limited supply, and last year we sold
out very quickly!
Telephone orders are highly encouraged.
Call and charge it: toll-free (800) 548-7323 or (617) 266-6160 ext 520.
Or order by mail - send payment to:
NBP, 88 St. Stephen Street, Boston, MA 02115-4302
To read descriptions of the books, visit
Books included in the sale:
Curious George Takes a Train, by Margret and H.A. Rey, $5.00
If I Ran for President, by Catherine Stier, $6.99
Just So Thankful, by Mercer Mayer, $5.00
Froggy Goes to Bed, by Jonathan London, $5.99
Seven Silly Eaters, by Mary Ann Hoberman, $7.00
Dad, Jackie, and Me, by Myron Uhlberg, $16.95
The Night Worker, by Kate Banks, $6.95
A Picture Book of Florence Nightingale, by David A. Adler, $6.95
Dear Deer: A Book of Homophones, by Gene Baretta, $16.95
Helen Keller: The World in Her Heart, by Les Cline-Ransome, $16.99
The Berenstain Bears and the Truth, by Stan & Jan Berenstain, $5.00
Weslandia, by Paul Fleischman, $6.99
Where Does the Garbage Go? by Paul Showers, $5.99
Fly High, Fly Low, by Don Freeman, $7.99
Little Red Riding Hood, by Jerry Pinkney, $16.99
"I CAN READ" BOOKS!
Aggie and Ben, by Lori Ries, $5.95
Little Bear's Visit, by Else Holmelund Minarik, $5.00
Hi! Fly Guy, by Ted Arnold, $5.00
Other Gift Ideas
Note: These items are NOT part of the special book offer!
Set includes: Print/braille picture book, print and braille "Fun Facts
About Noah's Ark," 12 delightful tactiles, all for $28
Stories about a great flood appear in ancient legends all over the
world. The biblical account, told in the Book of Genesis 6-9, tells of a
righteous man, Noah, who builds a large vessel to save his family and a
representation of the world's animals.
National Braille Press is pleased to bring the story, the man, and his
menagerie of animals to life in three ways: a print/ braille book by
five-time Caldecott Award-winner Jerry Pinkney that tells the story of
Noah; twelve delightful tactiles by tactile artist Ann Cunningham; as
well as a booklet called Fun Facts About Noah's Ark that tells you
things about turtles, penguins, giraffes, elephants, and dragonflies you
This three-part set is meant to bring hours of conversation and learning
to the whole family or classroom. Don't wait to order: Noah's Ark makes
a one-of-a-kind gift!
And don't forget the Braille Caravan!
Join the Braille Caravan - an amazing tactile toy from Creative
Adaptations for Learning. Made in the USA, each block of the caravan
represents a braille cell fashioned in goldenrod non-toxic plastic, with
six contrasting black pegs that glide up or down to form dots 1-6. Use
your finger, stylus, or pencil to push the peg forward from the
underside of the block, just as you would with a slate and stylus. Flip
the block over and read what you wrote. Blocks connect to form a caravan
of words, numbers, or sentences - build, challenge, and hone tactile
reading, writing, and spelling skills.
Braille Caravan includes 30 blocks in a carrying bag, an Activity
Guide,and an English Braille Symbols Chart, for only $34!
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