Items tagged "bard"

New Locally Produced Title: Who was William Penn?: and other questions about the founding of Pennsylvania

LBPH is proud to share a new locally produced title available for loan or for download from BARD Hidden History of Pittsburgh was narrated Mackenzie Haney and edited by Melissa Dodge. This audiobook was carefully monitored, by the LBPH Studio Team and Volunteers, and produced by Micah Pacileo Who was William Penn?: and other questions about the founding of […]

New Locally Produced Title: Samurai Santa: A Very Ninja Christmas

LBPH is proud to share a new locally produced title available for loan or for download from BARD Hidden History of Pittsburgh was narrated and edited by Ronnie Mazzotta.  This audiobook was carefully monitored, by the LBPH Studio Team and Volunteers, and produced by Ronnie Mazzotta Samurai Santa: A Very Ninja Christmas By Rubin Pingk DBC14821 A young […]

New Locally Produced Title: Unusual People I Have Met While Traveling

LBPH is proud to share a new locally produced title available for loan or for download from BARD Hidden History of Pittsburgh was narrated and edited by Maggie Wolfram.  This audiobook was carefully monitored, by the LBPH Studio Team and Volunteers, and produced by Scott Meneely Unusual People I Have Met While Traveling By Robert W. Schmitt DBC14818 […]

Comics at LBPH

Comic books and graphic novels are often not the first thing many people think of when they think of the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.  However, there are some graphic novels that have been recorded in audio book form, and there are also novelizations of comic books. In addition, comic books and graphic […]

The Issue of Disabling Pain

Recognizing another individual’s disability may not always be straightforward, and understanding the experience of a disability can certainly be elusive.  This is especially true of “invisible” disabilities that involve chronic, sometimes debilitating pain.  In her book of essays Pain Woman Takes Your Keys and Other Essays from a Nervous System, author Sonja Huber addresses, in […]