Tag Archives: North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
The library will be closed on Monday, November 12 in honor of Veteran’s Day. We wish everyone a safe holiday and to please remember our veterans. Advertisements
With the holidays coming up, there many people traveling to visit their families. And what makes traveling even better? Books! Here are some books in our collection all about families! Up a Family Tree DB018472 Shares the ups and downs … Continue reading
Happy BARD day – September 2018 was a great month for downloading audio and braille. In September 631 audio readers downloaded 9641 books, 356 magazines and 51 music items. Another 20 braille readers downloaded 149 books , 4 magazines and 22 … Continue reading
This November 8th from 10 AM to 4 PM the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped will celebrate its 60th anniversary at our library, and we’re inviting patrons, volunteers, librarians, senior centers, and institutions to join us … Continue reading
During the October 2018 VIP Book Club meeting, we discussed The Nature of the Beast by Louise Penny. Download The Nature of the Beast DB082697 or contact the library for a copy. Nine-year-old Laurent Lepage, who is prone to telling … Continue reading
“Downtown Owl” by Chuck Klosterman Talking Book: DB068556 Follow the experiences of a new teacher, a high school football player and an elderly widower in the mythical town of Owl, North Dakota. From the end of summer in 1983 until … Continue reading
During the September 2018 VIP Book Club meeting, we discussed Elephant Company by Vickie Croke. Download Elephant Company DB080616 or contact the library for a copy. Tells the story of British WW I veteran James Howard “Billy” Williams, who found … Continue reading
September 13th marks today as North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Day!
Due to inclement weather and safety concerns for our guests and patrons, NCLBPH has decided to postpone the 60th anniversary party until an undetermined date.
Join us to learn about the many ways people with visual and physical disabilities can enjoy access to America’s parks, monuments and trails. The North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped will host an event at the Charlotte … Continue reading