Adult Summer Reading Suggestions: Sequels

If you are participating in the 2017 Adults Summer Reading Program and you don’t know what to read next, here are some reading suggestions. The list is broken in to Downloadable books, Large Print books, and Braille books.

Sequels

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  1. The Diablo Grant DB043723
    • Sequel to Stark’s Justice DB039036. When Judge Stark settles a territory dispute in favor of the town drunk Juan Espina, the frontier town falls into chaos.
  2. A Rising Thunder DB076472
    • Sequel to Mission of Honor DB072214. As a conflict worsens between to forces, Admiral Honor Harrington must team up with a former enemy to protect her empire.
  3. Caterina DB050413
    • Sequel to Whispering DB041728. The year is 1832. Dom Pedro is back from Brazil to help his daughter claim her position as queen of Portugal with help from Caterina Fonsa who creates political cartoons.
  4. Dancing at the Rascal Fair DB026646
    • Sequel to English Creek DB022316. Seeking to make better lives for themselves, Angus McCaskill follows his uncle’s footsteps and travels with his friend Rob Barclay from Scotland to a Settlement in Montana.
  5. Work Song DB073064
    • Sequel to The Whistling Season DB063216. The year is 1919. Morrie Morgan has left his teaching position, and arrives in Butte, Montana. He wishes to remain neutral to the situation, but his bookkeeping skills help the miner’s union against Anaconda Copper.
  6. Return to Mars DB049070
    • Sequel to Mars DB035808. On his return trip to Mars, geologist Jamie Waterman must deal with personnel issues on his crew and the possibility of sabotage.
  7. Marooned in Real Time DB027055
    • Sequel to The Peace War DB027054. Murder and sabotage threatens high-techs Marta and Yelen Korolev attempts to begin a new civilization after the remaining survivors of humanity emerge from time stasis, and it is up to Will Brierson, a detective from the twenty-first century, protect humanity’s revival.

Large Print

  1. It Happened One Knife LT032910
    • Sequel to Some Like It Hot-Buttered LT032139. When legendary comics Lillis & Townes appear at his refurbished comedy theater, Elliot Freed is beyond happy. However, rumors of the comics’ involvement with a decades-old murder begin to surface and the Elliot sets out to dispel the rumors.
  2. The Prodigal Daughter LT005878
    • Sequel to Kane and Abel LT005419. The year is 1934. Follows the story of Abel Rosnovski’s daughter, Florentyna, from childhood to her presidential run.
  3. The Betrayal: Abram’s Daughters LT028468
    • Sequel to The Covenant LT027586. The year is 1947. Jonas Mast plans to marry Leah Ebersol after his carpentry apprenticeship, but Leah’s sister’s lusty behavior creates obstacles.
  4. Courage & Compromise: The Homestead Series LT031939
    • Sequel to Strangers & Pilgrims LT031938. The lives of the Bowers family are tried when heavy rain damages their house, Mr. Bowers gets arrested for rioting, and Jolie’s relationship with Tanner is troubled following the arrival of a handsome widower.
  5. The Girl with Braided Hair LT032036
    • Sequel to The Drowning Man LT031046. Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O’Malley are determined to find the person responsible for the murder of Liz Plenty Horses 30 years ago, but end up becoming targets themselves.
  6. Hidden Moon LT032147
    • Sequel to A Corpse in Koryo LT031025. Inspector O finds himself investigating the first ever bank robbery in Pyongyang, North Korea. The case only becomes more complicated when every suspect has their own agenda.
  7. Dakota LT032192
    • Sequel to Biting the Moon LT023866. Amnesiac drifter Andi Oliver moves between waitress jobs throughout the country until she is targeted by two men. One is a hired gunman, and a pursuer who would claim something from her lost memories.

Braille

  1. The Upside of Irrationality: The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Home and at Work BR019175
    • Sequel to Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions BR017727. Duke Professors explores the idea that irrational actions can be best.
  2. Kissing Babies at the Piggly Wiggly BRX02673
    • Sequel to Waltzing at the Piggly Wiggly BRX02675. Choppy Dunbar runs for mayor against corrupt incumbent Floyce Hammontree. During Choppy’s campaign, his long-lost love appears.
  3. Love and Sleep BR010083
    • Sequel to Ægypt BR009605. Pierce Moffett delves deeper into the Renaissance metaphysics in an attempt to come to grips with the modern world.
  4. Alive Day BR018545
    • Sequel to Together BR017900. Iraq War marine veteran corporal Carver, is paralyzed from the waist down. He is being treated by blind psychiatrist Brenden McCarthy. Carver finds inspiration dealing with his struggles from therapy, medication, and Brenden’s guide dog, Nelson.
  5. Requiem by Fire BRX02563
    • Sequel to Cataloochee DBX01197. The year is 1928. A village in the Great Smoky Mountains is divided when the villagers lose their land to eminent domain forces, while some embrace the modern world and others want to keep their heritage.
  6. The Year of the Flood BR018706
    • Sequel to Oryx and Crake BR014805. After a devastating pandemic, friends Toby and Ren find each other as well as a few survivors, but gene-spliced life-forms thrive in the aftermath of the Waterless Flood as the survivors consider what to do next.
  7. The Sword of Straw: The Sangreal Trilogy BR017181
    • Sequel to The Greenstone Grail BR016308. Nathan Ward visits a ruined city in his dreams where he learns of a royal family that has been cursed by an evil sword. Nathan sets out to confront the magic of the cursed sword.

These lists are available for download on the NCLBPH website in a PDF format here.

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Happy BARD Day – August 2017

Happy BARD day – July 2017 was a great month for downloading audio and braille. In July 625 audio readers downloaded 9447 books, 372 magazines and 42 music items. Another 38 braille readers downloaded 275 books, 26 magazines and 1 music item. 21 more people signed up for BARD. BARD Mobile added 53 new users and 64 new mobile devices. Do you BARD? If not, what’s keeping you. With the BARD Mobile app added to things you now have another great way to read your books and magazines on the iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, Android devices and Amazon Kindle Fire.

Sign up for BARD today – https://nlsbard.loc.gov

Get the BARD Mobile app

Android – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.loc.nls.dtb&hl=en

iPhone – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bard-mobile/id705229586

Kindle Fire – http://www.amazon.com/Library-of-Congress-BARD-Mobile/dp/B016760320

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Kids Summer Reading Suggestions: Mysteries

If you are participating in the 2017 Kids Summer Reading Program here are some reading suggestions to consider. We will have reading suggestions during the summer to help narrow down your selections. These lists are for children ages 12 and up and a combination of Talking Books, Braille Books and Large Print Books.

Mystery for ages 12 and Up

  1. The World is a Banana LT018241
    • Tom and his friend Harriet try to solve the mystery surrounding his scientist father’s disappearance.
  2. The Clockwork Scarab: A Stoker and Holmes Mystery DB079548
    • Mina Holmes and Evaline Stoker are on the case when the deaths of young women might be related to the appearance of Egyptian scarabs.
  3. Into the Dark: An Echo Falls Mystery DB067021
    • An environmental activist is found dead on Ingrid’s grandfather’s farm. As Ingrid investigates to clear her grandfather’s name, he refuses to cooperate.
  4. The Mystery of Dolphin Inlet BR000981
    • The son of a fisherman and a girl vacationing on a Florida key explore a secluded inlet and discover a baffling situation.
  5. The Ghost in the Tokaido Inn BRX01862
    • Japan, 1735. While attempting to solve the mystery of a stolen jewel, Seikei, a merchant’s fourteen-year-old son who longs to be a samurai, joins a group of Kabuki actors.
  6. Rat Life BR018190
    • Fourteen-year-old Todd believes his friend Rat, a Vietnam War veteran, has committed a murder after a body is found in the river.
  7. Sizzle and Splat DB022677
    • An unlikely pair of teenagers risk their lives to solve a musical mystery and to prevent their excellent orchestra from folding.
  8. The Solid Gold Kid DB011784
    • The sixteen-year-old son of a self-made millionaire hitches a ride and realizes too late that he unwittingly assisted in his own kidnapping.
  9. Whodunit? Detective Stories BR017891
    • Sixteen stories of crimes ranging from cold-blooded murder to dognapping, in settings that include an Egyptian tomb, a sinister English country house, and New York City streets.
  10. Liar and Spy DB075502
    • While being bullied at school while his family struggles, seventh-grader Georges gets the idea to become a self-appointed spy when he meets Safer.
  11. The Alibi LT024299
    • When Kieran’s father is found at his home dead, the police believe it to be an open and shut case. Kieran suspects his stepmother, Rhia, with a motive may be the culprit.
  12. The Art of Secrets DB081553
    • When a Pakistani family are victims of a possible hate crime, the community has a school fundraiser to help the family. A quirky art piece is donated which turns out to be worth a fortune, and the community debates who should get the money.
  13. The Haunting of Gabriel Ashe DB077510
    • Gabe and Seth play games in the woods involving a make-believe monster, but when Gabe sees a creepy figure in the shadows, he believes their make-believe could be real.
  14. Wings of Fear DB028479
    • Jennifer Bishop suspects that a coworker at Victory Airlines was murdered prompting her to call her friend Nancy to investigate. When Nancy discovers a smuggling ring inside the airline, someone tries to murder her.
  15. Trial by Fire DB028496
    • Carson Drew is defending reporter Ann Granger who is being pressured by the court to release her sources involving organized crime. When Carson falls under accusation, Nancy, his daughter, begins her investigation and finds a plot to silence him, Ann and Nancy.

These lists are available for download on the NCLBPH website in a PDF format here.

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Did You Know – NCLBPH Website NOBLE

Did you know the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped has an entire section of its website where users can download locally produced and/or locally distributed digital braille books, digital talking books and magazines. NOBLE (North Carolina BARD Local) is a service that is similar to BARD. No application is necessary. Click on the link below to learn more!

http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/lbph/read/download/noble

 

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Adult Summer Reading Suggestions: Stephen King Pack

If you are participating in the 2017 Adults Summer Reading Program and you don’t know what to read next, here are some reading suggestions. The list is broken in to Downloadable books, Large Print books, and Braille books.

Stephen King

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  1. The Gunslinger DB029232
    • Seeking vengeance for the death of his father and the dishonoring of his mother, the gunslinger travels through time to face his evil nemesis.
  2. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft DB050873
    • King describes his writing technique for aspiring authors. He also discusses defining moments from his childhood.
  3. Doctor Sleep DB077471
    • Years after the events in The Shining, Danny Torrance has gained control over his supernatural abilities and befriends a child whose supernatural powers put her at risk.
  4. Joyland DB076799
    • Heartbroken New Hampshire college student Devin takes a summer job at a North Carolina amusement park, where he is intrigued by tales of different ghosts.
  5. Under the Dome DB069804
    • An invisible dome is covering a town, causing tension to escalate for the isolated residents as they try to survive with dwindling resources.
  6. The Journals of Eleanor Druse: My Investigation of the Kingdom Hospital Incident DB058074
    • After Sally has a near-death experience visiting her hospitalized friend, she investigates a decades-old tragedy and puts to rest one young victim’s spirit.
  7. It DB028045
    • It began in 1958 when seven imperiled children searched in the drains beneath the New England town of Derry for the horror they believed lurked there. Twenty-seven years later those children, now grown, recall their buried memories.

Large Print

  1. Cujo LT017926
    • Cujo, a family’s beloved Saint Bernard, follows a rabbit in a cave where he is bit by a rabid bat. The family attempts to conceal the illness until bloody deaths follow one after another.
  2. The Colorado Kid LT029461
    • The body of a man with no ID is found off the coast of Maine and it takes more than a year to learn to man’s identity. The that is uncovered by his demise, the bigger the mystery becomes.
  3. 11/22/63 LT035176
    • The dying owner of Al’s Diner has a shocking request for his friend, English teacher Jake Epping: go back in time through a portal in Al’s storeroom and stop JFK’s assassination.
  4. Bag of Bones LT030870
    • After the death of his wife, Mike Noonan has suffered writer’s block and hopes moving to their summer house in Maine will ease his misery. He befriends Mattie Devore and her daughter, Kyra. While helping her fight for custody of Kyra, Mike is plagued by ghosts.
  5. Cell LT035293
    • Civilization is divided when most of its population is attacked through their cell phones setting them on a murderous rampage.
  6. From a Buick 8 LT034248
    • A 1954 Buick Roadmaster is abandoned at a gas station and the police officer investigating it vanishes. The other troopers try to keep it under lock and key, but the car has a malevolent life of its own.
  7. The Dark Half LT014728
    • Thad Beaumont’s fame has come through books written under the pseudonym George Stark. When a blackmailer is threatening to reveal him, Beaumount decides to lay Stark to rest and wants to return to writing under his own name; however, Stark may still be living.

Braille

  1. Carrie BR010849
    • A high school girl uses her telekinesis to exact revenge on a New England town.
  2. Christine BR011479
    • When teenage misfit, Arnie Cunningham, buys a ’58 Plymouth Fury for $250 from creepy Roland D. LeBay, eerie events begin to take place.
  3. The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon BR012212
    • Nine-year-old Trisha gets separated from her mother and brother on hiking trail, and has imaginary conversations with Red Sox’s Tom Gordon to help her cope with the evil following her.
  4. Firestater BR004749
    • After Andy and Vicky become part of a drug experiment under the government, they marry and have a daughter who can set things on fire by looking at them. Now the government was their daughter.
  5. Needful Things BR008752
    • Castle Rock becomes a battleground when Leland Gaunt sets up a curio shop where a person can have anything their heart desires, but at the price of playing a prank on a designated person.
  6. Misery BR006970
    • Best-selling author, Paul Sheldon is kidnapped by one of his fans, Annie Wilkes, who is angry with him because her favorite character, Misery is killed in the latest novel. She then forces him to write a novel in which Misery is resurrected.
  7. The Eyes of the Dragon BR006876
    • Heroic Prince Peter is heir to the throne, but Flagg, a demonic wizard, using his evil magic to threaten the mythical kingdom.
  8. The Shining BR013271
    • Jack and Wendy Torrance come face-to-face with terror when they become caretakers of a haunted old hotel in the snowy mountains of Colorado. Their five-year-old son Danny, who appears to have psychic powers, is the first to sense the evil in the building.

These lists are available for download on the NCLBPH website in a PDF format here.

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NCLBPH Event – Spirit in Motion

Join the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in the Governor Morehead School auditorium on Wednesday August 30, from 1:30 – 3:00 PM for Stories of the Olympics and Paralympics. Paralympian Lex Gillette, and WRAL-TV News Anchor Renee Chou will be the guests of honor at this event.

Image of Lex Gillette and Renee Chou on the right. On the left, the image says Spirit in Motion Stories of the Olympics and Paralympics. Join Paralympic World Champion Lex Gillette and WRAL-TV News Anchor Renee Chou

Lex Gillette, who grew up in Raleigh, N.C., will talk about his life as an accomplished athlete with a visual impairment competing on a global level. Renee Chou will discuss her experience providing news coverage at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil for WRAL-TV.

To attend this event, register by Wednesday, August 23rd by calling 1-888-388-2460, emailing nclbph@ncdcr.gov or completing the online form: http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/lbph/eventsprograms/registration.

 

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Did You Know – LBPH Website NLS Talking Book Player

Did you know the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped has an entire section of its website dedicated to the NLS Talking Book Player? It contains a vast amount of information covering topics such as how to use your talking book player, maintaining a talking book player, and using a third party talking book player. Learn more about the NLS Talking Book Players by clicking the link below! http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/lbph/read/dtbplayer

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Kids Summer Reading Suggestions: Humor

If you are participating in the 2017 Kids Summer Reading Program here are some reading suggestions to consider. We will have reading suggestions during the summer to help narrow down your selections. These lists are for children ages 5 and up.

Humor
Ages 5 – 8

  1. Whoopi’s Big Book of Manners BR017247
    • Covers saying please and thank you, cell-phone and table etiquette, behavior at the movies, and being a good sport, among other topics.
  2. Even Steven and Odd Todd BRX01937
    • The arrival of Cousin Odd Todd greatly upsets Even Steven who likes everything to come in even numbers, his pets, his library books, and even his pancakes.
  3. Dear Yeti BR021081
    • Through a series of letters addressed to the mythical creature, two boys describe their hiking adventure hoping to find Yeti, but they run into trouble on their adventure.
  4. There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow! DB078387
    • In a series of rhymes, a cold lady swallows snow, a pipe, coal, and many other items.
  5. Day at the Fair LT025179
    • While Marcella is at the fair, Raggedy Ann and the other dolls create a fair of their own in her room and almost get into trouble.
  6. The Five Hundred Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins BR016192
    • Each time Bartholomew Cubbins attempts to obey the King’s order to take off his hat, he finds there is another one on his head.
  7. Dear Deer: A Book of Homophones BRX02181
    • When clever Aunt Ant moves to the zoo, she describes the quirky animal behavior she observes by speaking in homophones, from the moose who loved mousse to the fox who blew blue bubbles.
  8. Yucky Riddles BR015861
    • More than two dozen humorous riddles on some of kids’ favorite icky subjects.
  9. Like Jake and Me DB023104
    • A funny story about Jake and his new stepfather who have lots of trouble getting along until a fuzzy spider brings them together.
  10. A Hippopotamusn’t and Other Animal Versus DB032971
    • A delightful collection of more than thirty humorous poems about a wide variety of animals.

Ages 12 – 16

  1. Equal Rites: A Novel of Discworld DB052704
    • With only 6 minutes to live, Wizard Drum Billet wants to pass his powers to the 8th son of an 8th son. As soon as number 8 is born they receive the staff, but number 8 turns out to be a girl.
  2. Popular: Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek DB081139
    • Teen author reflects on her unique social experiment: spend her eighth grade year following a 1950’s popularity guide, written by former teen model Betty Cornell. Provides real-life results and an assessment of what it means to be popular.
  3. The Champion of Sourwood Mountain BR000292
    • Full of eastern Kentucky regional lore and folk humor, this novel tells of 13-year-old Aram Tate’s desire for his own groundhog and the unexpected way in which he acquires one.
  4. Consider the Lemming DB030509
    • A delightful collection of humorous verse about members of the animal kingdom–their attributes and idiosyncrasies.
  5. The Night the Ghost Got In BR006775
    • The narrator expresses remorse throwing his house into chaos by not going to bed after he is suspicious of footsteps he hears.
  6. As Easy as Falling off the Face of the Earth DB071332
    • After getting of the train for only a moment, Ry is left behind by the train in an unfamiliar area, and sees this as an opportunity for an adventure.
  7. This is My Funniest, Book 2: Leading Science Fiction Writers Present Their Funniest Stories Ever DB067177
    • Thirty short science fiction stories. Includes “Aliens Ate My Pickup” by Mercedes Lackey, “Invasion of the Jack Benny Snatchers” by John Gregory Betancourt, and “The Santa Claus Planet” by Frank M. Robinson.
  8. I love You, I Hate You, Get Lost DB045753
    • Tells seven humorous stories reflecting the ups and downs of life as a teenage girl dealing with romances, siblings and school.
  9. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn BRX00512
    • Huck Finn runs away from home and sets off down the Mississippi River with an escaped slave.
  10. Haters DB084063
    • When best friends Wes and Corey meet guitar player Ash, an older girl, the trio decide to ditch their jazz camp experience and embark on a raunchy road-trip adventure in search of becoming a true band.

These lists are available for download on the NCLBPH website in a PDF format here.

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Summer Reading has begun!!!

It’s that time of year again. If you are a patron of NCLBPH and you haven’t registered for the 2017 Kids Summer Reading Program, you may register in the link provided below. Be sure to register before the closing date! Time to Build a Better World!!!

http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/lbph/read/summer-reading

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Did You Know – LBPH Website Volunteering

Did you know the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped has volunteers that play a major role in our operations? The library is always looking for volunteers to help out. Our volunteers help out in more ways than we can count. They help fill in the gaps and provide the best service for you. Find out below more about ways you can help by being a volunteer at the library.

http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/lbph/outreach/volunteer

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Adult Summer Reading Suggestions: Humor

If you are participating in the 2017 Adults Summer Reading Program and you don’t know what to read next, here are some reading suggestions. The list is broken in to Downloadable books, Large Print books, and Braille books.

Humor

Download

  1. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy DB018339
  2. Bridget Jones’ Diary DB046267
  3. Lies that Chelsea Handler Told Me: By Chelsea’s Family, Friends, and Other Victims DB073453
  4. Let’s Pretend This Never Happened: A Mostly True Memoir DB074647
  5. Dad is Fat DB076916
  6. Food: A Love Story DB079832
  7. Why Not Me? DB082596

Large Print

  1. Growing Up Laughing: My Story and the Story of Funny LT034855
  2. Three Men in a Boat: To Say Nothing of the Dog LT017070
  3. Minder-Back Again LT015348
  4. Word for Word LT010631
  5. Village School LT017734
  6. Chili Dawgs Always Bark at Night LT014364
  7. Don’t Shoot, It’s Only Me: Bob Hope’s Comedy History of the United States LT013093

Braille

  1. How Did You Get this Number: Essays BR019341
  2. Good Heavens BRX02204
  3. One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories BR020595
  4. The Social Climber’s Bible: A Book of Manners, Practical Tips, and Spiritual Advice for the Upwardly Mobile BR020696
  5. Carry On, Jeeves BR009533
  6. Di and I BR010276
  7. Endangered Pleasures: In Defense of Naps, Bacon, Martinis, Profanity, and Other Indulgences BR010366

These lists are available for download on the NCLBPH website in a PDF format here.

The theme "Build a Better World" in multiple colors

It’s that time of year again. If you are a patron of NCLBPH and you haven’t registered for the 2017 Kids Summer Reading Program, you may register in the link provided below. Be sure to register before the closing date! Time to Build a Better World!!!

http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/lbph/read/summer-reading

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