Latest Braille Additions:
Mission at Nuremburg, by Tim Townsend
If you enjoy biographies and history, then you may enjoy reading this account of a World War II American army chaplain’s experiences. Chaplain Henry Gerecke served on the battlefield outside London, then in prison cells at Nuremburg.
The Forever Faithful series, by Karen Kingsbury:
Waiting for Morning, A Moment of Weakness, and Halfway to Forever
Enter the lives of people as they encounter trials that test their faith in God. Hannah Ryan’s life abruptly changes one sunny afternoon. The story of Jade Conner and Tanner Eastman close friendship is disrupted for many years. What drove them apart; what draws them back together?
Love and Respect: the Love She Most Desires, the Respect He Desperately Needs, by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs
This book offers counsel to husbands and wives relating to conflict in marriage that stems from thoughts, speech and treatment of one another.
Contact the Library to receive these books on loan.
More Than a Carpenter, by Josh McDowell
In this work of non-fiction, the author takes a scholarly approach to the identity of Jesus. Recorded in four sections, this Talking Book is directly accessible from this site, to members of the online audio library.
Great Chapters of the Bible, by Dr. James Montgomery Boice
Short messages on several well-read chapters from both testaments. Although the messages are grouped, each chapter is recorded separately, so you can listen to one at a time or take in several at one sitting.
For Children – From the “A Visit with Mrs. G.” series, by Kitty Anna Griffiths – “Life of Christ”
Children will enjoy learning about the birth and life of Jesus from the skilled storyteller, Mrs. G. They will be drawn into the events surrounding His birth by meeting the people who were the first to be aware of Who He is. Parents will be delighted by this refreshing presentation of the life of Jesus.
This Talking Book series is available online for registered members, and also for loan from our cassette collection.