BARD Roundup – February 2016 top 10 braille downloads

Here are February 2016’s 10 most downloaded BARD braille titles:

BR0021207 – A force for good: the Dalai Lama’s vision for our world by Daniel Goleman
BR0020851 – The world beyond your head: on becoming an individual in an age of distraction by Matthew B Crawford
BR0021185 – Very good lives: the fringe benefits of failure and the importance of imagination by J. K Rowling
BR0021200 – The festival of insignificance: a novel by Milan Kundera and Linda Asher
BR0014200 – Vacation under the volcano by Mary Pope Osborne
BRC001655 – Purrfect Love: Family Affair, Switch, Lord of the Nile by Debbie Macomber, Linda Lael Miller and Patricia Simpson
BR0016431 – Martha Washington: an American life by Patricia Brady
BR0020932 – Let’s cook! by Susan McQuillan
BR0021214 – The great transition: shifting from fossil fuels to solar and wind energy by Lester R Brown, J. Matthew Roney, Janet Larsen, Emily E Adams, Earth Policy Institute
BR0007423 – Treasure: a novel by Clive Cussler

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The North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NCLBPH) is a special public library that circulates books and magazines especially made for persons who cannot use regular printed material because of a visual or physical disability. The library is located in Raleigh, but mails materials throughout the state. The NCLBPH is a state agency operated by the State Library of North Carolina as a part of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. It is also a part of the network of regional libraries operated by the Library of Congress National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS).
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