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Easy Vegetarian Dinners
These fresh simple recipes use easy-to-find ingredients can be made in 30 minutes or less - and each one was tested in the BH&G Test Kitchen!
Format: eBraille (download)

 
Elements of Style
The newly revised edition of an American classic on pithy writing and perfect grammar.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
A Family of Poems: My Favorite Poetry for Children
Caroline Kennedy has chosen a rich variety of her family's favorite poems to include in this priceless collection. This book is sure to become a family favorite for years to come. For all ages.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
Fast and Fresh Salads
As the "Healthy Cook" of NutritionAction.com, Kate Sherwood created these recipes so you can love salads just as much she does!
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Favorite Christmas Carols
Thirty-three favorite carols for the holiday season!
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Finger Lickin' Rib Stickin' Great Tastin' Hot & Spicy Barbecue
Author and cook Jane Butel has traversed the country to pick up on the passions for America's favorite summertime food: barbecued hamburgers, chicken, ham, duck, ribs and more ribs.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Pork Recipes from Fix-it And Forget-it 5-ingredient Favorites: Comforting Slow-cooker Recipes
Get out your slow cookers and dive into these 359 flexible, forgiving, and absolutely scrumptious recipes for chicken, turkey, pork and beef main dishes.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
For Women Facing Breast Cancer
This booklet from the American Cancer Society covers some of the many questions you will have if you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
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Fox in Socks
One of Dr. Seuss's best, this must-read-aloud classic is guaranteed to get many giggles out of readers young and old. September 2017 Book Club Selection. In contracted braille (UEB). Ages 3 to 7
Format: Print/Braille

 
Friday Morning Quotations
TGIF: Thank goodness it's Friday! 52 new quotes, one per week for a full year. We love how the funny, inspiring, and sometimes challenging quotes in this collection make for some very strange bedfellows: Helen Keller and Mae West? Nelson Mandela and Andy Warhol? William James and RuPaul? These quote booklets make terrific gifts!
Format: Braille

 
Front Porch Tales
Discover the honesty, humor, depth, and wisdom of the front porch in this inspirational masterpiece of soulful small-town stories.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
Frozen
The picture book version of the popular Disney film. January 2015 Book Club Selection. Ages 3 to 9.
Format: Print/Braille

 
George Foreman's Indoor Grilling Made Easy
Here are more than 100 new recipes that speak to the reason everyone buys the indoor grill in the first place: easy dishes filled with big, bold flavor for healthy food fast.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
George Foreman's Lean, Mean, Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine Cookbook
This two-volume cookbook contains George's favorite grill recipes and includes instructions on how to use the machine.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
Get the Picture! Viewing the World with the iPhone Camera
Judy Dixon applies the knowledge she has gained from months of research on iPhone photography and has put into practice strategies enabling people who are blind to enjoy creating and sharing their own photographs of the world around them.
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Getting Ready for College Begins in Third Grade
With chapters on high expectations, academics, independent living skills, independent movement and travel, social interaction and social skills, daily living, and self-advocacy, author Carol Castellano encourages parents to look to the future without fear, and equips them with the information they need to prepare their child for an independent life.
Format: Print

 
Getting Started with Android
We hit pay dirt when JJ Meddaugh and Ana Garza of AT Guys agreed to write a soup-to-nuts Android book. So if you've been thinking about trying Android but have questions about its level of accessibility, Getting Started with Android gives you the skinny. Learn how to use Android with the accessibility feature TalkBack, from first time set-up to basic gestures, modified standard gestures, voice actions, installing and using apps, and much more. If you are new to Android or thinking of going Google, Getting Started with Android fits the bill.
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Getting Started with the iPhone and iOS 10
This new edition of our soup-to-nuts tutorial for beginners contains everything you need to know to get started using the iPhone and the iOS 9 operating system.
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Getting to Yes
A concise, step-by-step proven strategy for coming to mutually acceptable agreements in every sort of conflict.
Format: eBraille (download)

 
Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site
As the sun sets behind the big construction site, all the hardworking trucks get ready to say goodnight. One by one, Crane Truck, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck, Bulldozer, and Excavator finish their work and lie down to rest - so they'll be ready for another day of rough and tough construction play! November 2016 Book Club Selection. Ages 1 to 6
Format: Print/Braille

 
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Children's Book of the Month!

If You Give a Cat a Cupcake

Cover image of 'If You Give a Cat a Cupcake'

Price: $16.99
Format: Print/Braille

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