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The Garden Party

by Mansfield, Katherine

The Imprisoned Guest: Samuel Howe and Laura Bridgman, the Original Deaf-Blind Girl

by Gitter, Elisabeth

What inspired Helen Keller's mother to have such high hopes for her daughter? The answer is Laura Bridgman, the original deaf-blind girl. Here is her story.

The Leading Lady: Dinah's Story

by Sullivan, Tom and White, Betty

The authors take turns telling how a golden retriever guide dog has affected them for the last four years.

The Little Eye Book: A Pupil's Guide to Understanding Ophthalmology (2nd edition)

by Ledford, Janice K.

This little book has much information for the non-physician, including what signs to look for, how to determine an emergency and how some medications affect the eye.

The Psychology of Self-Esteem: A Revolutionary Approach to Self-Understanding that Launched a New Era in Modern Psychology

by Branden, Nathaniel

Learn why we face challenges the way we do. "Positive self-esteem operates, in effect, as the immune system of consciousness, providing resistance, strength, and a capacity for regeneration." (Nathaniel Branden)

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

by Stevenson, Robert Louis

A London doctor discovers a drug which can split a person's personality and physical appearance into two distinct parts, good and evil.

University of Courage: A History of the Hadley School for the Blind

by Hathaway, Donald Wing

The early days of the Hadley School for the Blind in Winnetka Illinois. This book gives history and insight to one man's dream and how he decided that serving others was more important than his own crisis.

Through Different Eyes

by Pey, Tom

At age 38, a childhood accident came back to haunt Tom Pey and took his sight. Follow his struggle with depression, job loss and alcoholism. Follow his success as he finds a deeper meaning in life.

Through Grandpa's Eyes

by Maclachlan, Patricia

Young John spends the day trying to "see" the world through his blind grandfather's eyes.

Through the Rain and Rainbow: The Remarkable Life of Richard Kinney

by Crist, Lyle M.

Richard Kenny lost his sight at age seven. He spent his childhood adjusting to and overcoming blindness. He entered college but had to drop out in his second year when his hearing failed.

To Race the Wind

by Krents, Harold

Autobiography of a young blind lawyer, the inspiration behind the play, Butterflies Are Free.

Touch The Top Of The World: A Blind Man's Journey To Climb Farther Than The Eye Can See

by Weihenmayer, Erik

The incredible, inspiring story of world-class climber Erik Weihenmayer, from the terrible diagnosis that foretold of the loss of his eyesight, to his dream to climb mountains, and finally his quest to reach each of the Seven Summits.

Two Ends of a Leash: Unshackled

by Napier, Grace D.

Two Ends of a Leash: Unshackled is the life story of author Grace D. Napier. Born blind, Grace came from a humble home in New Jersey. She began school when there were no special education programs for children who were blind.

Uncle Tom's Cabin

by Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West

by Ambrose, Stephen E.

Biography of Meriwether Lewis and his role in "opening the West."

W. E. B. Du Bois: Biography of a Race, 1868-1919

by Lewis, David Levering

A literate, meticulously researched biography of the complex scholar/activist DuBois, premier architect of the civil rights movement in the United States. Annotation

Whale Talk

by Crutcher, Chris

Intellectually and athletically gifted, T. J., a multiracial, adopted teenager, shuns organized sports and the gung-ho athletes at his high school until he agrees to form a swimming team and recruits some of the school's less popular students.

What Color Is Your Parachute? Guide to Job-Hunting Online (Sixth Edition)

by Bolles, Richard Nelson and Bolles, Mark Emery

Before you start your Internet job-hunt, there are some things that you must know, like: * Why are job sites like Monster and CareerBuilder so stunningly ineffective? * What can you do to make sure your resumes survive the elimination process?

When Blind Eyes Pierce the Darkness: A Mother's Insights

by Angeles, Peter A.

With courage and determination, a young Greek girl journeyed to America to carve out a new life. Not long after her arrival, Kalliope married - only to have her dreams and aspirations ravaged by a disease that took her sight.

When the Cook Can't Look: A Cooking Handbook for the Blind and Visually Impaired

by Read, Ralph

This cooking handbook, designed to be read to the blind and visually impaired by a relative or friend, is written by one who is most qualified-- a blind person.

When You Have a Visually Impaired Student in Your Classroom: A Guide for Paraeducators

by Russotti, Joanne and Shaw, Rona and Spungin, Susan Jay

This guide defines the paraeducator's role and how they work with other education team members. Subjects covered in the book include basics of visual impairment, tips for encouraging student growth and the special material and devices needed by the student.

White Coat, White Cane: The Extraordinary Odyssey of a Blind Physician

by Hartman, David and Asbell, Bernard

Autobiography of a blind doctor.

Why Don't They Like Me?

by Sheridan, Susan M.

This book's practical approach helps parents teach age-appropriate skills such as starting conversations, joining in, expressing feelings, controlling anger, and more.

Franchising: Aspects of the Market Economy

by Zeidman, Philip F. and Muth, Hanns Peter and Lloyd, Richard and Gerlach, Frederick H.

See the SPECIAL NOTE in the Complete Synopsis. Ask most people what a franchise is and they will likely reply McDonalds or Burger King. This book outlines the many types of franchises available and serves a a primer for anyone interested in going into business for themselves.

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