New Braille Books Added in August 2019

ADULT FICTION

BT 3985       FRICTION             BROWN, SANDRA, 1948-              

After his wife’s death, Texas Ranger Crawford’s young daughter moved in with her grandparents, but now Crawford wants custody. Judge Holly Spencer’s opinion of him skyrockets when a gunman barges into the courtroom, and Crawford saves Holly. But then he uncovers a horrifying truth about the incident. Strong language, explicit descriptions of sex, and some violence. 2015. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 3988       CHARLATANS     COOK, ROBIN, 1940-

“Newly minted chief resident at Boston Memorial Hospital Noah Rothauser is swamped in his new position, from managing the surgical schedules to dealing with the fallouts from patient deaths. Known for its medical advances, the famed teaching hospital has fitted several ORs as “hybrid operating rooms of the future”–an improvement that seems positive until an anesthesia error during a routine procedure results in the death of an otherwise healthy man. Noah suspects Dr. William Mason, an egotistical, world-class surgeon, of an error during the operation and of tampering with the patient’s record afterward. But Mason is quick to blame anesthesiologist, Dr. Ava London. When more anesthesia-related deaths start to occur, Noah is forced to question all of the residents on his staff, including Ava, and he quickly realizes there’s more to her than what he sees. A social-media junkie, Ava has created multiple alternate personas for herself on the Internet. With his own job and credibility now in jeopardy, Noah must decide which doctor is at fault and who he can believe–before any more lives are lost”– Provided by publisher. Unrated. 2017. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille. 

BT 3992       PRESIDENT IS MISSING: A NOVEL               CLINTON, BILL, 1946-

A threat so huge that it jeopardizes not just Pennsylvania Avenue and Wall Street, but all of America. Uncertainty and fear grip the nation. There are whispers of cyberterror and espionage and a traitor in the Cabinet. Even the president himself becomes a suspect, and then he disappears from public view. Some strong language, some violence. Bestseller. 2018.  Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 3993       STING   BROWN, SANDRA, 1948-

When businesswoman Jordie Bennet locks eyes with Shaw Kinnard in a disreputable bar, Jordie doesn’t realize Shaw–hoping to find the thirty million dollars her brother stole–is here to abduct her. Soon, however, Jordie and Shaw must rely on their wits and each other to stay alive. Unrated. Bestseller. 2016. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille. 

BT 3986       ONE HEART TO WIN        LINDSEY, JOHANNA

Some young ladies marry for money and social standing, a few lucky ones marry for love, but Tiffany Warren is marrying to end a feud. Honoring her mother’s wishes, Tiffany reluctantly travels west to meet her estranged father and his enemy’s eldest son, rancher Hunter Callahan. Once the Warrens and the Callahans are united by marriage, both clans will stop squabbling over disputed land. But in the chaos of a train robbery Tiffany seizes a golden opportunity: by assuming the identify of her father’s new housekeeper she can live with the father she never knew and assess his true character, as well as that of the neighboring cowboy to whom she is betrothed. Explicit descriptions of sex and some strong language. 2013. Unified English Braille code. Contracted braille.        

ADULT NON-FICTION

BT 4007       100 PLACES YOU WILL NEVER VISIT: THE WORLD’S MOST SECRET LOCATIONS       SMITH, DANIEL, 1976-

Ever wondered what it takes to get into Fort Knox? Fancied a peek inside the Coca-Cola Safety Deposit Box? The world is full of secret places that we either don’t know about, or couldn’t visit even if we wanted to. Now you can glimpse the Tora Bora caves in Afghanistan, tour the Vatican Archives, or see the Chapel of the Ark. This fascinating guide book takes a look at 100 places around the world that are either so hard to reach, so closely guarded, or so secret that they are virtually impossible to visit any other way. Unrated. 2014. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 4005       SEEING HOME: THE ED LUCAS STORY: A BLIND BROADCASTER’S STORY OF OVERCOMING LIFE’S GREATEST OBSTACLES    LUCAS, ED, 1939-

A blind baseball broadcaster tells his personal and professional story. Lucas lost his sight in an accident in 1951 at age twelve. His love of baseball led him to a career broadcasting games and interviewing players. His love of his children led him to fight for custody after his wife left. 2015. LUCAS, ED, 1939- Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.               

BT 3995       QUICK-FIX MEALS                           

In a hurry but still want a home-cooked meal? Look here for tasty, time-saving recipes for every course. Unrated.  Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille. Copyright and publication date unknown.

BT 4002       EXPRESS LANE COOKBOOK (REAL MEALS FOR REALLY BUSY PEOPLE)         FRITSCHNER, SARAH      

“Fritschner’s book lives up to its subtitle, offering dozens of easy recipes for harried family cooks with little time to plan dinner or stand in long lines at the market. There are fish recipes that can be made with the fish available in most supermarkets, lots of ever-popular chicken dishes, and both red meat and vegetarian entrees, as well as quick soups and salads, side dishes, and a handful of desserts.” – From Library Journal. Unrated.  Copyright and publication date unknown. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille. 

BT 3983       SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE              BLAKE, WILLIAM, 1757-1827        

William Blake was one of the finest craftsmen of his time, a poet whose work will never be forgotten. He was an independent and rebellious thinker, who abhorred pretension and falsity in others. His Songs of Innocence are products of this innocent imagination untainted by worldliness, while the Songs of Experience resulted from his feelings of indignation and pity for the suffering of mankind.  The Songs of Innocence and of Experience, containing some of Blake’s finest and best-loved poems, are present here in the form which satisfied the high expectations of his poetic aspirations. The forty-five poems which Blake originally etched by hand are faithfully reproduced here with the same care and attention to detail Blake himself was so famous for. Copyright and publication date unknown. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted Braille. 

BT 3998       FIRST LOOK AT WHALES SELSAM, MILLICENT E. (MILLICENT ELLIS), 1912-1996        

An introduction in simple text and illustrations to the physical characteristics and habits of the various species of whales. Unrated. 1980. Unified English Braille Code and text. Contracted braille.

BT 4001       DELICIOUS DESSERTS      FARIS, DANNY  

This fantastic collection of original, hand- picked and tested recipes ranges from simple, 2-minute cold drinks such as Banana Cream Drink to complex rolling and cutting operations like animal crackers and Nanaimo bars. Of course, you will also find a wealth of middle-line, half-hour projects that bake into scrumptious desserts and snacks for later. Just a few tantalizing examples of what you’ll find in this marvelous book include pumpkin pie, berry muffins, fruit cocktail cookies, butter tart squares, cinnamon sledges, ginger-bread, apple fantasy dessert, and much, much more! Unrated. Copyright and publication date unknown. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.             

JUVENILE FICTION

BT 3979       GONE    GRANT, MICHAEL, 1954-               

In Perdido Beach, California, people fifteen years or older suddenly disappear. Televisions, Internet access, and phones vanish, too. Bullies take over, food runs out, animals mutate, and some kids develop supernatural powers. What will happen to Sam on his fifteenth birthday? Some violence. For junior and senior high readers. 2008. Unified English Braille. Contracted braille.            

BT 4004       CIRCUS MIRANDUS         BEASLEY, CASSIE              

When he realizes that his grandfather’s stories of an enchanted circus are true, Micah Tuttle sets out to find the mysterious Circus Mirandus–and to use its magic to save his grandfather’s life. Commercial audiobook.   For grades 4-7. 2015. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 4006       STORY THIEVES RILEY, JAMES, 1977-       

Except for reading the Kiel Gnomenfoot magic adventure series, Owen`s life is boring–until he sees his classmate Bethany climb out of a book in the library. Bethany is half-fictional and has been searching every book she can find for her missing father.  For grades 4-7. 2015. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.              

BT 3984       PAX        PENNYPACKER, SARA, 1951-       

After being forced to give up his pet fox, Pax, when his father enlists in the military, Peter decides to leave home and get his best friend back. For grades 4-7. 2016. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.     

BT 3987       THING ABOUT JELLYFISH               BENJAMIN, ALI 

When twelve-year-old Suzy`s best friend drowns, she believes a rare jellyfish was responsible for her death. Suzy will do everything possible to prove her theory is correct. For grades 5-8. 2015. Unified English Braille code. Contracted braille. 

BT 3991  DAWN ON THE COAST   MARTIN, ANN M., 1955-               

Since her parents’ divorce, Dawn lives in Connecticut with her mother while her brother and father are in California, but after a week’s vacation in sunny, healthy southern California, Dawn isn’t sure she wants to return to the East Coast. Unrated. 1994. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.    

BT 3994       MARY ANNE IN THE MIDDLE: THE BABY-SITTERS CLUB     MARTIN, ANN M., 1955-

Mallory has been unhappy in school since her disastrous teaching experience the day the students were teachers. Now Mallory is considering attending boarding school. When she gets accepted, she discusses her decision with Mary Anne instead of her best friend, Jessi. This leaves Mary Anne caught in the middle because Jessi is furious. For grades 4-7. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 3999       KRISTY AND THE BABY PARADE  MARTIN, ANN M., 1955-               

The Baby-sitters Club–Kristy, Claudia, Dawn, Mary Anne, Stacey, Mallory, and Jessica–all adore babies. When Kristy gets the bright idea that the club should enter a float in the baby parade held biennially in Stoneybrook, the other girls agree that it might be fun. All they have to do is make a float and locate a bunch of cute babies whom they’ll dress in adorable outfits. Right? Wrong! A Baby-sitters Club book for grades 4-7.

JUVENILE NON-FICTION

BT 4003       BIGGEST RIDDLE BOOK IN THE WORLD    ROSENBLOOM, JOSEPH

Collection of more than two thousand riddles compiled by a children’s librarian. Topics include warm ups, goodies and baddies, fooling mother nature, riddles for thinkers, weird characters, and super stumpers. For grades 4-7 and older readers.  Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.             

BT 3982       KID-APPROVED                

Plenty of fun ideas are in this book devoted to recipes your child will enjoy eating and may even help you make. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 3990       KEEP ‘EM LAUGHING: JOKES TO AMUSE AND ANNOY YOUR FRIENDS         PHILLIPS, LOUIS

A collection of riddles and jokes, including knock-knocks and puns. For example: “What’s the difference between a prison guard and a person with measles? One spots breakouts, while the other breaks out in spots.” Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 3996       AMAZING SHARKS!         THOMSON, SARAH L.     

Presents general facts about different kinds of sharks. Discusses reasons they are good hunters and their purpose in the ocean. Explains how and why scientists study sharks. For grades K-3. 2005. Unified English Braille with text. Contracted braille.          

BT 3997       AMAZING TIGERS!           THOMSON, SARAH L.     

Presents facts about tigers and their cubs–the reason they have stripes, the ways they hunt, and why they are disappearing from the wild. For grades K-3. 2004. Unified English Braille Code and text. Contracted braille.            

BT 4000       JOKES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY FARIS, DANNY  

This collection of over 150 jokes, hilarious stories, funny thoughts and one and two-liners with witty answers is just the thing for anyone with a funny bone – child or adult! Read one joke or story each morning to start your day off with a touch of humor, or sit around in the family room and keep one another in stitches with the bundles of laughs found in this volume … Whatever you do, this book is guaranteed to bring hours of good clean fun to your whole family! Unrated.  Copyright and publication date unknown. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.         

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

BT 3976       JANE, UNLIMITED            CASHORE, KRISTIN          

Looking for direction after the loss of her guardian aunt, Jane accepts an unexpected invitation to an island mansion gala, where she considers five choices that will determine the course of her life. Unrated. For senior high and older readers. 2017. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted Braille.   

BT 3974       FIREBLOOD         BLAKE, ELLY        

Ruby leaves her beloved Arcus and travels to her mother`s homeland of Sudesia, where she must pass a series of trials in order to hone her control of fire and become a Fireblood master. Sequel to Frostblood (DB 87685). Unrated. For senior high and older readers. 2017. Contracted Braille in UEB.  

BT 3975       MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN          RIGGS, RANSOM             

A family tragedy sends sixteen-year-old American Jacob on a journey to a remote island off the coast of Wales. There he discovers the ruins of an old orphanage that was home to peculiar–and possibly dangerous–children. Some violence and some strong language. For senior high and older readers.    2011. Contracted Braille in UEB.

BT 3977       FROSTBLOOD     BLAKE, ELLY        

Seventeen-year-old Ruby is a Fireblood who must use her powers of heat and flame to help two Frostblood rebels overthrow a maniacal Frostblood king. Unrated. For senior high and older readers. 2017. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted Braille.          

BT 3978       GOLDEN LILY      MEAD, RICHELLE              

As Sydney spends more time protecting Jill and hanging around Adrian, she questions old Alchemist beliefs and searches for her place in the magical world. But she is also distracted by her conflicted feelings for Brayden. Sequel to Bloodlines (DB 75647). Some violence. For senior high and older readers.    2012. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.

BT 3981       FIERY HEART       MEAD, RICHELLE              

After her life-changing decision in The Indigo Spell (DB 76390), Sydney struggles to maintain her alchemist way of life while keeping her love for Adrian a secret. Having her vampire-hating sister Zoe around complicates matters further. Some violence and some strong language. For senior high and older readers. 2013. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.          

BT 3980       BLOODLINES      MEAD, RICHELLE              

Lissa Dragomir, newly elected queen of the Moroi from the Vampire Academy series, is well-guarded–but her position endangers her younger sister Jill. Accompanied by teenaged alchemist Sydney, Jill goes into hiding at Amberwood Prep, a human boarding school. Violence. For senior high and older readers.    2011. Unified English Braille Code. Contracted braille.          

New Braille Books Added in July 2019

Adult Fiction

BT 3959                 ENDER’S GAME                 CARD, ORSON SCOTT     

In a future Earth engaged in an interstellar war against insectoid aliens. Ender Wiggins is chosen at the age of six to be trained as the military genius who will carry his people to victory. Along with his brother Peter and his sister Valentine, he not only brings the conflict to an end, but also affects the evolution of human society. Contracted UEB Braille.               

Juvenile Fiction

BT 3961                 GRAVE SECRETS                 MCNICOLL, SYLVIA          

Nicholas has just moved into a new home when strange things begin to happen. There’s the pungent smell of chlorine, the scribbled writing on the wall, the ghostly image of a little boy crying for help, and an old woman who calls him Sasha and seems pre-occupied with the graveyard that borders their home. Nicholas is drawn to this woman and becomes terribly concerned when he learns that the neighborhood bullies are planning to break into her house. Unrated. For grades 4-7. 1999. Contracted Braille in UEB.

BT 3965                 PRINCESS DIARIES            CABOT, MEG     

Fourteen-year-old Mia keeps a diary of her problems – she’s too tall and flat, she’s flunking algebra, and her mom is dating her teacher. But then her dad arrives from Europe to announce that Mia is really a princess and the heir to his throne. For junior and senior high readers. Contracted Braille in UEB.      

BT 3966                 LOVE LETTERS            CORET, HARRIETTE 

Alice has only met the sailor once, but he could be the love of her life. Now Randy is back at sea, and if Alice doesn’t answer his letters, she’ll risk losing him forever. But Alice can’t write back – except with the help of “another man”…For junior and senior high readers. Unrated.  Contracted Braille in UEB.   

BT 3973                 HUNGER GAMES              COLLINS, SUZANNE        

In a future North America, Panem’s rulers maintain control through a televised survival competition pitting teens from twelve districts in a fight to the death. Sixteen-year-olds Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark are this year’s girl and boy contestants from District Twelve. Some violence. For junior and senior high readers.  Unified English Braille code. Contracted braille.          

Juvenile Non-Fiction

BT 3970                 TREASURY OF CHRISTMAS TALES                              

The spirit of Christmas in all its facets comes to life in this book, which contains old favorites and new ones, too. This is a book for the whole family, and it can be enjoyed every Christmas season for years to come. Just glance at the list of stories it contains, and you’ll know it’s the book for you! It’s bound to become a Christmas tradition for you, just as it has for us. Unrated. 1994. Contains: A Christmas carol — The wishing star — The little match girl — The Christmas mouse — Jingle bells — The magic toy shop — The littlest angel — The twelve days of Christmas — The Christmas bear — ‘Twas the night before Christmas — The nutcracker — Santa Claus is coming to town — The tiny elf — O Christmas tree — The elves and the shoemaker — The little drummer boy — Christmas carols — The happy snowman — Rudolph’s adventure. Contracted Braille in UEB.     

Young Adult Fiction

BT 3960                 ENCHANTMENT OF RAVENS        ROGERSON, MARGARET

Isobel, a mortal prodigy artist, paints portraits for her dangerous clients, the immortal fair folk. When Rook, the autumn prince, comes to her to have his portrait done, she makes a terrible mistake and must stand on trial for her crime. Strong language. For senior high and older readers. 2017. Contracted Braille in UEB.           

BT 3964                 FAR FROM THE TREE       BENWAY, ROBIN              

While struggling with the emotional challenges of giving up her newborn for adoption, sixteen-year-old Grace begins her own search for her birth mother. Instead, she finds she has two siblings–Maya, her chatterbox younger sister, and Joaquin, her stoic older brother. Strong language. For senior high and older readers. 2017. Contracted Braille in UEB               

BT 3962                 DEAR MARTIN       STONE, NIC   

Top of his class at a prestigious school, seventeen-year-old Justyce encounters the harsh reality of racial profiling after a police officer puts him in handcuffs. Shaken and upset, Justyce starts a journal to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. searching for answers. Unrated. For senior high and older readers. 2017. Contracted Braille in UEB.              

BT 3963                 EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING          YOON, NICOLA 

Madeline has severe combined immunodeficiency and is literally allergic to the outside world. When a new family moves in next door, she and neighbor Olly begin a complicated romance that challenges everything she’s ever known. For senior high and older readers. 2015. Contracted Braille in UEB.           

BT 3969                 SILVER SHADOWS            MEAD, RICHELLE              

In the aftermath of an event that ripped their world apart, alchemist Sydney and vampire Adrian struggle to pick up the pieces and find their way back to each other. But first, they have to survive. Sequel to The Fiery Heart (DB 77812). Some violence and some strong language. For senior high and older readers. 2014. Contracted Braille in UEB.      

BT 3967                 THIRTEEN REASONS WHY              ASHER, JAY         

**Alternative title: Th1rteen r3asons why**  Clay Jensen receives a box of audiocassettes in the mail with no return address. Hannah Baker–a girl he barely knew but secretly liked, who committed suicide–recorded a final message for thirteen people to listen to and then pass on to the next person. For senior high readers. 2007. Contracted Braille in UEB.     

BT 3971                 GENUINE FRAUD              LOCKHART, E.    

Imogen is a runaway heiress, an orphan, a cook, and a cheat. Jule is a fighter, a social chameleon, and an athlete. Best friends Imogen and Jule will do almost anything to attain a happy, wealthy life. Violence and strong language. For senior high and older readers. 2017. Contracted Braille in UEB.  

BT 3968                 LOOKING FOR ALASKA   GREEN, JOHN   

Entering boarding school in Alabama, sixteen-year-old Miles “Pudge” Halter encounters new experiences: challenging classes, extreme pranks, and Alaska Young, a moody, sexy girl whose death in a car crash might be a suicide. Some explicit descriptions of sex and some strong language. For senior high readers. Printz Award. 2005. Contracted Braille in UEB. 

BT 3972                 INDIGO SPELL    MEAD, RICHELLE              

After Sydney tracks down former alchemist Marcus, she questions her own loyalty to the group and acknowledges her increasing powers. Meanwhile, an evil magic user is targeting young witches. Sequel to The Golden Lily (DB 76175). Some violence. For senior high and older readers. 2013. Unified English Braille code. Contracted braille.  

New Children’s and Young Adult Braille

Check out the latest additions to our local Braille collection!  These titles are aimed towards children and young adults, but may also be helpful to those learning Braille for the first time.

NURSERY RHYMES
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT  03774

A collection of nursery rhymes. Suitable for babies or young children,
it features such rhymes as: “Humpty Dumpty”, “Little Bo Peep”, “Baa,
Baa, Black Sheep”, “Jack and Jill” and “Little Miss Muffet”. 2009.
Contracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

LITTLE QUACK LOVES COLORS
Author:   THOMPSON, LAUREN
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT  03767

Little Quack and Piddle explore the colorful world around them. 2009.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

DUCK AND GOOSE: IT’S TIME FOR CHRISTMAS
Author:   HILLS, TAD
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT   03793

Goose wants to make snow angels and go sledding – but Duck knows
it’s time for Christmas! 2010.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

VERY FIRST ABC
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT   03790

This book is the perfect way to introduce young children to the
letters of the alphabet and simple words. 2012.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

LLAMA LLAMA JINGLE BELLS
Author:   DEWDNEY, ANNA
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT   03791

Join little llama for lots of Christmas fun! 2015.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

YOU MEAN THE WORLD TO ME
Author:   GIBBY, BAYNE
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT  03792

A sweet rhyming book expressing a mother’s love for her child.  2013.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

ANIMAL NOISES
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT  03752

Based on the much-loved Farmyard Tales series, this board book has
been especially devised to introduce very young children to animal
sounds. 2015. Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

ROLLING ON THE RAILS
Author:   AWDRY, W.
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT  03769

When Percy breaks down, Thomas the Tank Engine comes to rescue him.
2011. Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

GOOD MORNING, GOOD NIGHT!
Author:   YOUNG, LAURIE
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT  03771

This touchable book is perfect for bedtime! Feel the soft, fluffy fur
of each animal as you say, “good night!”. 2003.
Contracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

THOMAS AND THE FREIGHT TRAIN
Author:   AWDRY, W
Reading level: Infant – Grade 2
BT  03773

Describes the many different items being carried in the freight cars
Thomas the Tank Engine takes to the junction, as well as well as the
live goods he brings back. 1991. Contracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

THAT’S NOT MY DUCK…
Author:   WATT, FIONA
Reading level: Infant – Grade 3
BT  03768

Simple, repetitive text helps children to associate the adjectives
with the sensation of touching the tactile patches. 2013.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

THAT’S NOT MY PUPPY…
Author:   WATT, FIONA
Reading level: Infant – Grade 3
BT  03770

A touchy-feely board book with simple, repetitive text, tactile
patches and bold illustrations suitable for babies and toddlers.
2000. Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

SCAT, CAT!
Author:   CAPUCILLI, ALYSSA SATIN
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 2
BT  03751

Will the small cat find a home? 2010. Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

MY NEW BOY
Author:   PHILLIPS, JOAN
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 2
BT  03772

A little black puppy acquires a boy, teaches him some tricks, and
finds him when he is lost. 1986. Contracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

BIG LEAF PILE
Author:   PAGE, JOSEPHINE
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 2
BT  03761

When Clifford the Big Red Dog is left to guard his friend’s leaf
pile, he is very tempted to jump in it! 2000.
Contracted Braille; Print Braille.

FOUNDLING FOX
Author:   KORSCHUNOW, IRINA
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 2
BT  03756

The little orphan fox is frightened, cold, and hungry until he is
found by a kind mother fox, who already has three kits of her own.
For preschool-grade 2. Contracted Braille; Print Braille.

STUART LITTLE: SPOOKY SURPRISE
Author:   EDGAR, AMY
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 3
BT   03796

Join Stuart Little for an adventure that gets a little spooky! 2003.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

JUST A BAD DAY
Author:   MAYER, GINA
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 3
BT  03795

It’s a rainy day and things keep going wrong but Little Critter finds
out that even the worst day can always change for the better. 1995.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

IT’S NOT EASY BEING A BUNNY
Author:   SADLER, MARILYN
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 3
BT  03757

Unhappy at home, P.J. Funnybunny tries living with various other
animals, only to find that he’s homesick. 1983.
Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

MARLEY’S BIG ADVENTURE
Author:   GROGAN, JOHN
Reading level: Preschool – Grade 3
BT   03797

When Marley’s family gets mad at him for making a mess, he runs
away. Will they find him again? 2009. Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

KNOTS ON A COUNTING ROPE
Author:   MARTIN, BILL
Reading level: Kindergarten – Grade 3
BT  03760

Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses is a young Indian boy who is blind. He
loves to hear his grandfather tell the story of his birth, the
training of his horse Rainbow, and the exciting horse race in which
he participated. Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

TENTH GOOD THING ABOUT BARNEY
Author:   VIORST, JUDITH
Reading level: Kindergarten – Grade 3
BT  03759

A small boy quickly remembers nine good things about Barney, his cat
who died. His father helps him think of the tenth good thing about
Barney, which they agree is “a pretty nice job for a cat.” For grades
K-3. 1971. Contracted Braille; Print Braille.

NATE THE GREAT AND THE STICKY CASE
Author:   SHARMAT, MARJORIE WEINMAN
Reading level: Kindergarten – Grade 3
BT  03758

A stegosaurus stamp is missing and the indomitable Nate the Great
is on the case! 1978. Contracted Braille; Print Braille.

ARTHUR AND THE LOST DIARY
Author:   KRENSKY, STEPHEN
Reading level: Kindergarten – Grade 4
BT  03762

Sue Ellen loses her diary. Did she write about Arthur? Who will find
it, and will they return it to her unread? 1998. Contracted Braille.

HORSE NAMED SEABISCUIT
Author:   DUBOWSKI, CATHY EAST
Reading level: Grades 2 – 4
BT   03794

Seabiscuit didn’t start out as a winner, but he beat the odds and
became a champion racehorse. 2003. Uncontracted Braille; Print Braille; UEB.

MYSTERY AT SNOWFLAKE INN
Author:   WARNER, GERTRUDE CHANDLER
Reading level: Grades 3 – 6
BT  03763

The Boxcar Children are on a special holiday trip to an
old-fashioned New England inn when mysterious things start to happen.
1994. Contracted Braille.

PILGRIM VILLAGE MYSTERY
Author:   WARNER, GERTRUDE CHANDLER
Reading level: Grades 3 – 6
BT  03754

It seems like someone is trying to ruin the colonial Pilgrim
village. But why?  The children are going to find out! 1995.
Contracted Braille.

MYSTERY IN THE COMPUTER GAME
Author:   WARNER, GERTRUDE CHANDLER
Reading level: Grades 3 – 6
BT  03755

The clues in a computer game seem to be about real people and places.
Is someone trying to use the game to send them a message? 2000.
Contracted Braille.

WHO WAS STEVE JOBS?
Author:   POLLACK, PAMELA
Reading level: Grades 3 – 6
BT  03753

Steve Jobs not only co-founded Apple, he changed the world.  2015.
Contracted Braille.

TRUE STORIES OF D-DAY
Author:   BROOK, HENRY
Reading level: Grades 3 – 6
BT  03766

From tank commanders to paratroopers to French Resistance fighters,
they all have D-Day stories to tell. 2006. Contracted Braille.

PEELED
Author:   BAUER, JOAN
Reading level: Young Adult
BT  03764

Eerie occurrences at a house in the apple-growing community of
Banesville, New York, have the local newspaper printing sensational
articles about ghostly activities. But high school reporter Hildy
Biddle is determined to find out the truth–including possible
connections between the paper and a theme-park developer. For senior
high readers. 2008. Contracted Braille.

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