Special Collections

Hadley School for the Blind Collection

Description: Recommended Reads for students at Hadley School for the Blind #disability #adults


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Title Author Date Added Action
Crime And Punishment In American History Lawrence Friedman 05/25/2017
The River of Doubt Candice Millard 05/25/2017
No Finish Line Sally Jenkins and Marla Runyan 05/25/2017
Art Not by Eye Yasha Lisenco 05/25/2017
Franchising Richard Lloyd and Frederick H. Gerlach and Philip F. Zeidman and Hanns Peter Muth 05/25/2017
The Leading Lady Tom Sullivan and Betty White 05/25/2017
Conquering Diabetes Anne L. Peters 05/25/2017
Making Impressions Jenine Mckeown Stanley 05/25/2017
To Race the Wind Harold Krents 05/25/2017
Inner Vision Craig Macfarlane and Gib Twyman 05/25/2017
Two Ends of a Leash Grace D. Napier 05/25/2017
Lessons I Learned in the Dark Jennifer Rothschild 05/25/2017
A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens 05/25/2017
Undaunted Courage Stephen E. Ambrose 05/25/2017
Why Don't They Like Me? Susan M. Sheridan 05/25/2017
Blindsided Priscilla Cummings 05/25/2017
A Paraprofessional's Handbook for Working with Students Who Are Visually Impaired Cyral Miller and Nancy Levack 05/25/2017
Macular Disease Peggy R. Wolfe 05/25/2017
Defiance Valerie Hobbs 05/25/2017
Overnight Career Choice Michael Farr and Laurence Shatkin 05/25/2017
When Blind Eyes Pierce the Darkness Peter A. Angeles 05/25/2017
The Psychology of Self-Esteem Nathaniel Branden 05/25/2017
Assistive Technology for Visually Impaired and Blind People Marion A. Hersh and Michael A. Johnson 05/25/2017
No One is Unemployable Debra L. Angel and Elisabeth E. Harney 05/25/2017
Les Misérables Victor Hugo and Charles E. Wilbour 01/15/2019

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