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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.

Grades 4-7

Walk Two Moons

By Sharon Creech

1994. HarperCollins, NY

Available in braille or electronic formats from the following sources:

1. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
free - Available to borrow in braille and download in Web-braille (must be a registered user).
(800) 424-8567

2. Seedlings
$21.00 - Available for purchase.
(800) 777-8552

3. The Braille Institute
$27.00 - Available for purchase.
1-800-BRAILLE (800-272-4553)

Available in electronic format (must pay a small fee to be a registered user).

Salamanca, a 13-year old girl, is on a car trip out to the western United States with her grandparents. Along the way, she tells them the story of her friend Phoebe and mysterious happenings in the new town to which she and her father have recently moved. Sal is hoping her grandparents will hurry on their trip so she can visit her mother who has disappeared. This moving, mysterious, and poignant book is a Newbery Award winner.

Along the trip, Sal and her grandparents visit Mount Rushmore, Old Faithful, and other national monuments. Helen Keller traveled widely in the United States, including the Midwest and western part of the country such as Oklahoma, Ohio, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, California, Oregon, and Washington. She also made tours of the United States visiting soldiers wounded in World War II in hospitals across America.

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