[blindkid] BRL Announces 20 New and Inexpensive Print/Braille Picture Books for Sale

Robert Leslie Newman newmanrl at cox.net
Sat Aug 21 22:28:09 UTC 2010

Another source of print/Braille books!


Dear Friends:

BRL, Beulah Reimer Legacy announces 20 new and exciting, Braille books for
sale.  These print/Braille picture books are good for back to school and to
celebrate fall.  All books are $5 (five dollars) per book unless otherwise
specified.  If you have any questions about BRL or if you would like to
place an order, please use the contact information below:

April Enderton
7758 SE. 36th Street
Des Moines, Ia  50320
(phone) 515-282-0049
(e-mail) endertona at wildblue.net

BRL's mission is to put Braille in the hands of eager readers of all ages.

Happy reading.


April Enderton

A Kiss Goodbye by Audrey Penn:  Chester Raccoon learns how to cope with
moving to a new home.

Batty Betty's Spells by Hilary Robinson:  n Adventure in  rhyme about what
happens when Batty Betty's spells go amiss.

Clifford's Halloween Howl:  Clifford and his friends are frightened by
strange noises coming from the apartment next door  where new neighbors

Curious George Visits a Toy Store by Margaret and H. A. Rey:  Come join the
mischievous, little monkey for another exciting adventure.

Disney Count on Us!  Winnie the Pooh and friends count a variety of objects.

Dora's Costume Party! By Christine Ricci:  Come help Dora and her friends
dress up for Halloween.

Dora's Halloween Adventure by Sarah Willson, (complete with flaps): Dora and
her friends follow the candy trail to find a missing bag of candy.

Five Green and Speckled Frogs Illustrated by Constanza Basaluzzo: a fun book
which, through repetition, teaches children about counting.

Fraidy Cats by Stephen Krensky:  Fraidy cats, Scamper and Sorry are
frightened by strange sounds they hear in the night.

I can Read!  In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories retold by Alvin
Schwartz: a collection of spooky tales, perfect for Halloween.

Itchy, Itchy Chicken Pox by Grace Maccarone:  A first-person account of a
child's experience with chicken pox.

Little Lamb by Piers Harper: Little Lamb plays hide and seek and ends up
far, far away from home.

Mrs. McNash Hangs Up Her Wash by Sarah Weeks:  A humorous story in rhyme
about excentric Mrs. McNash who hangs up some very interesting items on her

On the Way to Kindergarten by Virginia Kroll:  A heart warming story in
rhyme of a child's development from babyhood to kindergarten.

Sixteen Run Away Pumpkins by Dianne Ochiltree a wonderful fall book that
talks about a girl's experience bringing pumpkins home from her grandpa's
pumpkin patch and the fun she has making pies for her family.

The Berenstain Bears, Trick or Treat by Stan and Jan Berenstain:  When
Brother and Sister Bear go to the home of old Miz Mcgriz, they learn that
appearances can be deceiving.

The Big Red Stop Sign by Helen Delaney: Clifford the big, red dog learns
about safety in his puppy days.

The Case of the Disappearing Acorns, (a tactile book):  Come help Pooh and
his friends solve the mystery of Piglet's missing acorns.

The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn:  Chester Raccoon is apprehensive about
going to school until his mother shares a secret with him that was passed
down to her by her mother.

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