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
Les Misérables Victor Hugo and Charles E. Wilbour 01/15/2019
Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen 05/25/2017 Read Now
Cool Careers for Dummies (2nd edition) Marty Nemko and Paul Edwards and Sarah Edwards 05/25/2017
Sight Unseen Georgina Kleege 05/25/2017
A People's History of the Supreme Court Peter Irons 05/25/2017
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson 05/25/2017
A Scandal in Bohemia Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 05/25/2017 Read Now
The Fifties David Halberstam 05/25/2017
No Finish Line Sally Jenkins and Marla Runyan 05/25/2017
Stars Come out Within Jean Little 05/25/2017
Jobs to be Proud of Deborah Kendrick 05/25/2017
To Race the Wind Harold Krents 05/25/2017
Making Impressions Jenine Mckeown Stanley 05/25/2017
Career Perspectives Marie Attmore 05/25/2017
Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe 05/25/2017 Read Now
Self Esteem and Adjusting with Blindness, Third Edition Dean W. Tuttle and Naomi Tuttle 05/25/2017
The Leading Lady Tom Sullivan and Betty White 05/25/2017
Dictionary of Eye Terminology, 4th Edition Barbara Cassin and Melvin L Rubin 05/25/2017
How Do you Kiss a Blind Girl? Sally Roesch Wagner 05/25/2017
Get Out of My Life But First Could You Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall? A Parent's Guide to the New Teenager Anthony E. Wolf 05/25/2017
The Abacus Made Easy Mae E. Davidow 05/25/2017
No One is Unemployable Debra L. Angel and Elisabeth E. Harney 05/25/2017
Lindbergh A. Scott Berg 05/25/2017
Sister Carrie Theodore Dreiser 05/25/2017 Read Now
Collaborative Assessment Stephen A. Goodman and Stuart H. Wittenstein 05/25/2017

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