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Activities for the Reading Club's Featured Books

Our featured selections are award-winning books that are obtainable in print from libraries and bookstores, and are also available in alternate formats (electronic or braille). Grade levels are approximate.



You Be the Judge

By Carroll, Sidney B.

1971.


Available in braille from the following sources:

1. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Free loan to registered users; also available from Web-braille as a contracted braille digital file. Users must register with their cooperating library.
http://www.loc.gov/nls/braille
1-800-424-8567





Activities:

1. Classroom or Home Activity
Discuss how the court cases relate to modern situations and whether the resolution of each case might be different if presented in courts today. Identify current events which might result in similar cases.

2. Web-related Activity

Learn about a CareerConnect member who is a blind lawyer with a really interesting job by reading his story in CareerConnect Headline News! Visit AFB CareerConnect®.

Also be sure to read about lawyers who are blind, learn more about various careers within the legal profession (as well as thousands of other jobs!), and ways to help choose one, check out AFB CareerConnect®!



3. Other Web-related Activity
Learn about the many types of jobs within the legal profession that other people who are blind or visually impaired have by clicking here! You can also e-mail them by registering for free as a CareerConnect user!





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