Selections from this newsletter that may be of interest to NLS patrons are reprinted in Talking Book Topics and Braille Book Review. Her new husband, John Diner Tredevant, believes Lizzie belongs completely to him, and he works to subdue her nature. Years later, working as a diver repairing Navy ships during World War II, she once again encounters Dexter. Strong language, some violence, and some explicit descriptions of sex. The Dress in the Window DB89549 10 hours 33 minutes by Sofia Grant read by Carol Dines In the years after World War II, Jeanne lives with her widowed sister Peggy, niece Tommie, and Peggy’s mother-in-law, Thelma. Her younger brother, Colly, follows her, and the pair wander throughout Ireland on the eve of the Great Famine. Widow Gloria Bailey does good works to fill the hole in her life, including housing cantankerous neighbor Miriam. But Nyasha, like Tambu’s brother, falls ill to what Tambu’s father calls “Englishness.” 1988. Turtles All the Way Down DB89542 7 hours 14 minutes by John Green read by Kate Rudd Sixteen-year-old Aza never intended to pursue the mystery of fugitive billionaire Russell Pickett, but there’s a hundred-thousand-dollar reward at stake, and her best and most fearless friend, Daisy, is eager to investigate. NLS prepares to implement Marrakesh Treaty Earlier this month, the United States officially became a party to the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise Print Disabled, joining 48 other countries and the 28-member European Union. Jeanne creates dresses from Peggy’s drawings, and they begin a business. You’re Welcome, Universe DB89604 6 hours 36 minutes by Whitney Gardner read by Mare Trevathan After Julia is expelled from the Kingston School for the Deaf for graffiti, her two moms send her to a suburban school and restrict her access to paint supplies. are available to eligible readers for download on the NLS Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) site. To use BARD, contact your local cooperating library or visit gov for more information. The Swing of Things DB92854 10 hours 52 minutes by Linda Keir read by Eva Wilhelm Jayne and Eric are tired of their predictable married life when they meet Mia and Theo, who introduce them to the swinging lifestyle. The Burning Girl DB89740 6 hours 41 minutes by Claire Messud read by Morgan Hallett Julia and Cassie have been best friends most of their childhood. For more information, visit were recently sent to cooperating libraries. When a pregnant unicorn appears on his farm, Claudio’s life changes forever. Call of Fire DB89468 10 hours 21 minutes by Beth Cato read by Eva Wilhelm When an earthquake devastates San Francisco in 1906, geomancer Ingrid Carmichael and her friends flee. The Ruin of Angels DB85996 16 hours 54 minutes by Max Gladstone read by Catherine Byers When priestess Kai Pohala arrives in the city of Agdel Lex, she has plenty of meetings planned with the locals to try to broker a deal for her goddess. He joins his fortunes with Harald, a warrior prophesied to become king. Hiddensee: A Tale of the Once and Future Nutcracker DB89905 7 hours 59 minutes by Gregory Maguire read by Peter Holdway An alternative take on the fairytale that was the basis for Tchaikovsky’s famous ballet . Dead to Rites: A Mick Oberon Job DB93133 9 hours 2 minutes by Ari Marmell read by Michael Kramer In 1930s Chicago, private detective Mick Oberon’s luck—a gift of his Fae heritage—has disappeared. Fire & Blood DB92991 26 hours 26 minutes by George R. Martin read by Simon Vance The first of a projected two-volume history of the world of Westeros, set hundreds of years before the events of , focuses on House Targaryen, the dragonlords from Valyria who ruled Westeros for generations. Includes stories within stories, memos, school reports, lists, histories, and errata. But when Nita follows her conscience to help a live monster escape, she is sold on the black market in his place. Translated from the original 2015 Japanese edition.
For example the title by Leo Tolstoy would be listed in Adult Fiction under the Classics subject category and by the last name Tolstoy. No Traveller Returns DB93044 7 hours 45 minutes by Louis L’Amour and Beau L’Amour read by various narrators 1939. Renegades DB89651 17 hours 1 minute by Marissa Meyer read by various narrators As champions of justice, the Renegades—humans with extraordinary abilities—remain a symbol of hope and courage to everyone except the villains they once overthrew. Registered users may also immediately download all titles and magazines from the NLS Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) service at https://gov. Letting Go of Gravity DB92824 12 hours 18 minutes by Meg Leder read by Carol Jacobanis During the summer before college, Parker struggles to bond with her twin brother, Charlie, who’s recovering from leukemia and trying to adjust to being left behind. After her family evacuates, Evangeline struggles to remain in contact with her friends, worries about rebuilding, and wonders about her future. When Michael is released, Leonie packs Jojo and his baby sister in the car for a nightmarish road trip. To make sure the wedding happens, Catalina will need to do the one thing she fears most: use her magic. Arafel the Sidhe is determined to protect the last untouched land in the forest of Eald. With lethal skills honed from a violent upbringing, Timur is a leopard shifter who sees any newcomers as possible threats—and the petite blond barista at his sister-in-law Evangeline’s bakery is definitely hiding something. Each is determined to lift a curse that rests on their family. Some violence, some strong language, and some descriptions of sex. The Trouble with Twelfth Grave DB89648 7 hours 17 minutes by Darynda Jones read by Lorelei King Reyes Farrow, the husband of private investigator Charley Davidson, has escaped the hell dimension where he was trapped. Now a new drug emerges that allows anyone to wield the stone’s power, and the tension between the Kauls and their rivals in the Ayt family erupts in violence.