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The little engine that could
Watty Piper

Braille Institute of America, 2000

BRAND NEW - FACTORY SEALED 2006 RELEASE DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER "THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD" AUDIO CD AND BOOK CD Description: Comes in Original Full Color Jewelcase Packaging with Insert Running Time - Approximately 9 minutes Best Seller Award Winning Classic of All Time Newly Released - Be the first to own in your neighborhood or retail stores The Little Engine That Could audio CD is part of AEIO Univer-City s worldwide distribution ...


The grouchy ladybug
Eric Carle

Braille Institute of America, 1995

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A grouchy ladybug, looking for a fight, challenges everyone she meets regardless of their size or strength.


The dark horse
Will James

Braille Institute of America, 1940


Five windows
D. E Stevenson

Braille Institute of America, 1954


Encyclopedia Brown, boy detective (Braille special collection)
Donald J Sobol

Braille Institute of America, 1990

Leroy Brown, aka Encyclopedia Brown, is Idaville neighborhood’s ten-year-old star detective. With an uncanny knack for trivia, he solves mysteries for the neighborhood kids through his own detective agency. But his dad also happens to be the chief of the Idaville police department, and every night around the dinner table, Encyclopedia helps him solve his most baffling crimes. And with ten confounding mysteries in each book, not only does ...


Ella enchanted
Gail Carson Levine

Braille Institute of America, 1999

How can a fairy's blessing be such a curse? At her birth, Ella of Frell was the unfortunate recipient of a foolish fairy's gift--the "gift' of obedience. Ella must obey any order given to her, whether it's hopping on one foot for a day and a half, or chopping off her own head! But strong-willed Ella does not tamely accept her fate. Against a bold backdrop of princes, ogres, giants, wicked stepsisters, and fairy godmothers, Ella goes on a ...


The house on East 88th Street
Bernard Waber

Braille Institute of America, 1995

The first book in the Lyle series, this tells the story of how the Primms found Lyle the crocodile in the bathtub of their new home.


Harry's Mad
Dick King-Smith

Braille Institute of America, 1984

Having a parrot foisted upon him, all the way from America, isn't Harry's idea of a decent legacy. He'd been dreaming of untold riches and then all he'd got was this boring old parrot. But when the parrot, Mad, starts speaking Harry discovers that he is an ace at board games and crosswords.


Every living thing
Cynthia Rylant

Braille Institute of America, 2001

"A collection of simple, elegantly crafted stories about people whose lives are touched by an animal--household pets, a stray puppy, a nesting robin--and how these people are changed and enriched by the experience . . . Rylant has another winner on her hands."--Kirkus Reviews.


Florence Griffith Joyner: Dazzling Olympian
Nathan Aaseng

Braille Institute of America, 1999

A biography emphasizing the running career of the Olympic gold medalist who set new records in the 1988 Games in Seoul.


A Figure in Hiding (Hardy Boys, Book 16)
Franklin W. Dixon

Braille Institute of America, 2000

This is the 16th volume of Applewood Books reproductions of the Original Hardy Boys-Just as You Remember Them. Originally published in 1937, A Figure in Hiding was was ghostwritten by Leslie McFarlane. Its dustjacket art and frontispiece were illustrated by Paul Laune. In A Figure in Hiding, Frank and Joe help their father round up a dark and sinister man posing as an eye surgeon, who promises shady cures to his unsuspecting victims.


Anansi the spider man
Philip Manderson Sherlock

Braille Institute of America, 1978

The legend of Anansi is a legend told by storytellers and parents throughout the world, and Philip Sherlock brings this original Spider Man to life! Fifteen Jamaican folk tales, illustrated with over fifty black and white drawings.


ABC's of braille
Bernard Marvin Krebs

Braille Institute of America, 1977


The Books of Psalms in Large Print Hebrew Edition, Volumes One and Two
Inc. The Jewish Braille Institute of America

The Jewish Braille Institute of America, 1998

Volume one--Psalms 1-75 Volume two-- Psalms 1-15-


Expectations : A Book for Blind Children

Braille Institute of America, 1973

Expectations is a Unique Anthology of Children's Literature Produced Annually for Children Throughout the World Who are Blind and Able to Read English Braille. Contains 24 stories and poems written in braille. Large book is 11 1/2 X 11 1/2. Comes is a slipcase.



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