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Richard Wright and the Library Card
By William Miller
1997. Lee & Low Books, Inc.
Available in braille or electronic formats from the following sources:
1. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Available in braille and Web-braille. www.loc.gov/nls/ (202) 707-5100
2. Braille International $1.40 - Braille versions are available for purchase. www.brailleintl.org (800) 336-3142
Richard is a black man in the early 1900s who loves to read but can't check out books from the local library. He borrows a white man's card and reads every book he can. His reading becomes his ticket to freedom.