Black History Month is a time to remember those who started the fight against the societal imbalance between races, classes and cultures. We have so many idols to thank for the freedoms we have today and it is motivating to continue seeing more and more people rise up in the fight against these imbalances. There […]
Good Kings, Bad Kings by Susan Nussbaum (DB77648) is the Consumer Health Coalition Bookclub pick for May of 2019. This is a book written for young adults, but is a very engrossing read about invisible kids who have been shut away. Most of the book takes place within the walls of a nursing home for kids […]
Traveling can be refreshing and rewarding. There can also be pitfalls. Traveling when blind can present complications, but they do not have to be overwhelming! There is more than one school of thought on what is the best approach for a traveler who is blind; specifically, whether to utilize a good deal of the help […]
I chose World Sight Day to bring to your attention a new partnership between Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, the Free Library of Philadelphia and Bookshare, a service that greatly enhances access to books and information for Pennsylvania’s print disabled patrons.