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The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ
Anna Catherine Emmerich

Echo Library, 2009

From the meditations of Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774-1824), an Augustinian nun who was beatified in 2004, and including the preface to the French translation.


Anne of the Island
Lucy Maud Montgomery

Echo Library, 2006

This large print title is set in Tiresias 16pt font as recommended by the RNIB.


The Soul of the Indian
Charles A. [AKA Ohiyesa] Eastman

Echo Library, 2010

First published 1911. Eastman was a Native American, writer, physician and reformer of Santee-Sioux and Anglo-American ancestry. He was active in politics and American Indian rights and helped found the Boy Scouts of America.


Fanny Herself
Edna Ferber

Echo Library, 2012

First published in 1917 by the American Pullitzer Prize-winning novelist, short story writer and playwright.


Answers to Prayer
George Müller

Echo Library, 2008

From George Müller's Narratives compiled by A. E. C. Brooks.


Mapp and Lucia
E F Benson

The Echo Library, 2007


Just David
Eleanor H. Porter

Echo Library, 2006

From the author of Pollyanna


Precious Bane
Mary Webb

Echo Library, 2008

Mary Webb (March 25, 1881 - October 8, 1927), was an English romantic novelist of the early 20th century, whose Hardyesque novels are set chiefly in the Shropshire countryside and among Shropshire characters and people which she knew;


Barry Lyndon
William Makepeace Thackeray

Echo Library, 2006

Not the best known, but by some critics acclaimed as the finest of Thackeray's works


Keeper of the Keys (1932)
Earl Derr Biggers

Echo Library, 2009

Keeper of the Keys (1932) is the sixth and last mystery in the Charlie Chan series. the setting of the novel is rural California, where Chan has been invited as a houseguest. He meets a world-famous soprano, Ellen Landini, who is murdered not too long after the meeting. Chan does not have far to look for suspects -- the host is her ex-husband, as are three of the other house guests. Her servants, entourage and husbands all come under suspicion. ...


The Future of the American Negro
Booker T. Washington

Echo Library, 2012

Reprinted from the second edition of 1900. The American educator and author of "Up from Slavery" sets forth his ideas regarding the history of enslaved and freed African Americans and their need for education in order to advance themselves.


The Lilac Fairy Book
Andrew Lang

Echo Library, 2005

This classic large print title is printed in 16 point Tiresias font as recommended by the Royal National Institute for the Blind.



The Echo Library, 2011


Teddy's Button
Amy Le Feuvre

The Echo Library, 2011


Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom
William Craft's Wife Ellen Craft, William and Ellen Craft

Echo Library, 2009

Factual recount of escape from slavery


New Grub Street
George Gissing

Echo Library, 2007

A novel from Gissing's best period


The Problem of China (USA only edition)
Bertrand Russell

Echo Library, 2007

This book is for sale in the USA only.



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