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Blind & Physically Handicapped Book List

Blind & Physically Handicapped reading list.

Previously New in the Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

List updated: 11/18/16
Next update: 12/02/16
DB 84711 The Apartment – By Danielle Steel – FOUR WOMEN SHARE A LOFT IN NEW YORK'S HELL'S KITCHEN: SHOE DESIGNER CLAIRE, WRITER ABBY, MEDICAL STUDENT SASHA, AND MORGAN, WHO WORKS ON WALL STREET. THEY EACH STRUGGLE WITH CAREER, FAMILY, AND LOVE, WHILE SUPPORTING EACH OTHER THROUGH UPS AND DOWNS. SOME STRONG LANGUAGE. 2016.

Previously New in the Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

List updated: 11/10/16
Next update: 11/18/16
DB 84530 The Rules For Breaking – By Ashley Elston – AFTER THE RULES FOR DISAPPEARING (DB 77091), ANNA BOYD'S FAMILY FINALLY GETS OUT OF THE WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAM, AND THE NORMAL LIFE SHE HAS REBUILT COMES CRASHING DOWN WHEN A DANGEROUS MAN USES HER LOVED ONES AS PAWNS. SOME VIOLENCE AND SOME STRONG LANGUAGE. FOR SENIOR HIGH AND OLDER READERS. 2014.

Previously New in the Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

List updated: 11/04/16
Next update: 11/10/16
DB 83883 Seize The Night: New Tales Of Vampiric Terror – Edited By Christopher Golden – TWENTY STORIES ABOUT VAMPIRES. THESE RANGE FROM SUBTLE HORROR TO OUTRIGHT TERROR, WITH CONTRIBUTORS SUCH AS KELLEY ARMSTRONG, CHARLAINE HARRIS, BRIAN KEENE, AND SEANAN MCGUIRE. JOHN AJVIDE LINDQVIST CONTRIBUTES "WHAT KEPT YOU SO LONG?," ABOUT A BORED VAMPIRE WHO PICKS UP A HITCHHIKER. VIOLENCE, SOME STRONG LANGUAGE, AND SOME DESCRIPTIONS OF SEX. 2015.

Previously New in the Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

List updated: 10/28//16
Next update: 11/04/16
DB 83882 Loosed Upon the World: The Saga Anthology Of Climate Change – Edited By John Joseph Adams – A COLLECTION OF SHORT FICTION FOCUSING ON CLIMATE FICTION, WHICH EXPLORES THE TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY WORLD AS THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL WARMING BECOME EVIDENT. FEATURES STORIES FROM MARGARET ATWOOD, PAOLO BACIGALUPI, KIM STANLEY ROBINSON, SEANAN MCGUIRE, AND MANY OTHERS. STRONG LANGUAGE. 2015.

Previously New in the Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

List updated: 10/21//16
Next update: 10/28/16
DB 84910 They May Not Mean To, But They Do – By Cathleen Schine – JOY BERGMAN IS EIGHTY-SIX, WITH A HUSBAND SUFFERING FROM DEMENTIA, A FAMILY WHO THINKS SHE CAN'T COPE, AND A BOSS WHO THINKS SHE SHOULD RETIRE FROM HER MUSEUM JOB. JOY HAS HER OWN PLANS. UNRATED. COMMERCIAL AUDIOBOOK. 2016.

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