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Equipment For Visually Impaired People at Chesterfield Library


Text Image Magnifyer


Printed text, written text and images can be enlarged on to a screen, this can be adjusted to suit individual requirements.
Supernova

Supernova software is available on Public Access computers in all Derbyshire Libraries. The software consists of a screen magnifier that will enlarge text and images on screen and a screen reader that will read the text. The software can be used with Word and also the Internet.


Kurzweil 1000

This is an advanced reading system that makes the printed word accessible to Visually Impaired People. Text is scanned in to the memory using a scanner, this is then read back using a realspeak voice which is one of the best synthetic voices available. It is possible to then print out the text in either Large Print or Braille.




Transcription Service


Large Print

This can be tailored to individual needs.

Some Library materials are transcribed free of charge.

Personal documents are charged at 20p per sheet with a maximum charge of £1.00 per document.



Braille


Braille is available in Grade 1 or Grade 2.

Some Library materials are transcribed free of charge.

Personal documents are charged at 20p per sheet with a maximum charge of £1.00

Audio


We have a team of volunteer readers who will read material on to audio CD for visually impaired people.





Braille and Moon

Learning Courses

Available from
Chesterfield Library





Available from



Chesterfield Library

Chesterfield Library

Chesterfield library



Braille for Infants


This is a reading scheme designed for young infants learning to read through Braille.

Consists of 27 Braille reading booklets, 2 activity cassettes and a teacher’s handbook in print.



Firsthand


This course is designed to teach adults of any age to touch read and write Grade 1 Braille in such areas as labelling and reading and writing short notes. It is not designed to use as a “teach yourself” course and should be taught by someone with a good knowledge of Braille. On completion of volume 4 the learner can chose to transfer to volume 2 of fingerprint to learn Grade 2 Braille, or stay with Grade 1 and finish the remaining volumes of Firsthand.

Consists of 7 volumes of Braille and a teacher’s guide in print



Fingerprint by Nigel Berry


This course is designed to teach newly-blind adults to touch-read and write Grade 2 Braille, no prior knowledge of Braille is needed.

Consists of 11 volumes of Braille and 10 cassettes.

Tapescript and teachers notes are available.

Braille Made Easy – As Pye by Leslie Pye


This course is designed to teach Grade 1 Braille.

Consists of 1 volume in jumbo Braille and 1 audio cassette.


Upgrade Your Braille – A second slice of Pye

By Leslie Pye

This is the sequel to the previous item and is designed to take the student on to learn Grade 2 Braille.

Consists of 1 volume in standard Braille and 1 audio cassette.


Beginning Braille by Michael Tobin


This course is designed to be used either as a “teach-yourself” course or with a teacher; much of the course is in jumbo Braille that may be easier to feel for many beginners.

Consists of 4 volumes of Braille, 4 audio cassettes and explanatory notes in print.



Braille Primer


The Braille Primer is suitable for sighted people wishing to learn grade 2 Braille by sight.

Check your Braille


A guide to the signs of Grade 2 Braille and the rules governing their use.


RNIB Dot to Dot


Complete learning course aimed at sighted and visually impaired people

Moon




The Moon Cats Reading scheme

This is a reading scheme for infants learning to read through moon.


Consists of 20 moon books, I teachers guide in print and 6 audio cassettes.
Journey Round The Moon

This course is designed for learning Grade 1 Moon from scratch, mainly for adults.

Consists of 4 volumes of Moon plus an alphabet and sign book.
Moon Journey Phase 2

A teaching course for grade 2 moon.

Consists of 1 grade 2 Moon book, I large print, 1 Braille book and 1 audio cassette.
We also have a collection of “Clear Vision” books, these are children’s storybooks with a Braille overlay, and they are available in Grade 1 or Grade 2 Braille.

All the above are available for loan.

For more information contact Library Services for Disabled People at Chesterfield Library.

Tel. 01629 533400

Audio Magazines

The Following magazines are available on tape or CD for people who have difficulty reading print.



Magazines on CD
Family Tree

For Him


Garden Answers

Kitchen Garden

My Weekly

Nature


New Scientist

Organic Gardening

Readers Digest

Sport Weekly

Woman

Woman’s Own



Woman’s Weekly



Magazines on Tape
Amateur Gardening

Country Life

The Garden

Good housekeeping

Mizz

Organic Garden



My weekly

Prima


Readers Digest

Woman


Woman’s weekly

Woman’s Own

Which





Please ask at your local Library or contact Library services to Disabled People at Chesterfield Library

Tel 01629 533400



Mind’s Eye Movies
This is a collection of Audio Described films on CD.

Action

Hit Lady

Adventure

Jamaica Inn

The Sundowners


Zulu


Comedy


Beat the devil

His girl Friday

McLintok

The Million pound note

Passport to Pimlico

Thursday Game

The world of Henry Orient

Strike Force

The Long Dark Hall

Musical


Till the clouds roll by.
Drama

A Farewell to arms

Madigan’s Millions

Nicholas Nickelby

Penny Serenade

Rain

The snows of Kilamanjarao

A star is born


Musical

Till the clouds roll by



Mystery

Dressed to kill




Suspense

The man who knew too much




Thriller

The glory boys


The lady vanishes

Suddenly

The third man

Western

Gun Crazy


Strike Force





Local History Audio Collection

Available From

Chesterfield Library





1. Crab Apples and Dolly Mixtures.

Mabel Ratcliffe

The autobiographical story of childhood days in the Shirebrook and Mansfield Woodhouse areas during the 1930’s and 1940’s.

2. More tales and Poems from a Muckram lad.

H.L. Burt

Stories and poems based on fact but

embellished with a little writers licence.


3. Dim White Phlox.

Terry Gilbert

A decade of distant childhood in Derbyshire

1937-47.
4. Black Diamonds Yellow Apples.

Elsie Gadsby

A working class Derbyshire childhood between

the wars.
5. Dripping For Tea.

Elsie Gadsby

More recollections from Elsie Gadsby and a look

back at life In Ilkeston in the 1930’s.

6. Tales of an old Derbyshire Family.

Michael G. Fentem

The history of a Derbyshire Family from Matlock

and the surrounding district.

7. A Rolling Stone Experience.

John Elliott

Autobiography of a bakers son born in 1914

who tells of his school life and experiences in

and around Chesterfield.

8. A Derbyshire Childhood

James Philip Bowden

This is an account of years spent at Hayfield at

the turn of the Century, one man's tribute to a

house, a landscape and a family of ordinary, but

remarkable people.

9. A Hand to Mouth Existence.

Collected Memories

Women's lives in Holmewood before 1950.


10. Coal Chocolate and Chips.

Aileen Watson

A story spanning three generations of the authors family in Pinxton and Ripley.

11. Once around the Umbrella Tree.

Elsie Gadsby
12. Timmy Glass Waistcoat.

J. E. Fox

An insight into family life in the Clay Cross area from the mid 1800’s to the 1930’s.
13. Tales of an old Derby Poacher.

Tom Gwinutt


14. Growing Pains.

Len Waller


15. Spit and Polish.

J.E.Fox
16. In the Shadow of the Means Test Man.

J. Brierley

A distinctive flavour of the Amber Valley region comes alive in this book.


17. A signal man’s life.

Tom Rogers


18. Florence Nightingale.

Lytton Strachey

A Biography.
19. Stackyard Meadow Days.

Marion Holden

The story of the author's early life,between the wars, at Shottlegate Farm near Belper, Derbyshire.
20. A way of Life.

Hubert Doxey

The authors account of his experiences working on the HighPeak Railway and whilst serving as a Town and District Councillor and JP.

21. Expect Nothing.


22. Down Memory lane.

M. Green


A collection of Wartime stories in the Derby area. Taken from three books by M. Green.

23. Tears and Laughter of a Derbyshire Girl.

Nancy Vipond

Nancy Vipond was born in Chesterfield Derbyshire in 1922, Tragically she lost both parents whilst still a baby. The first part of the story, the first sixty years is based upon supposition and weaves around family records. The second part is the story of her family life after her parents died within a week of each other in 1924.

24. 11 Years Hard (Or Ten Paces To The Privy).

A humorous personal account of life in Ilkeston and Sandiacre.


25. Belper Memories.

Collected Stories

Memories of Life in Belper, Derbyshire.
26. A Tansley Boyhood.

J. Smith


Memories of the authors childhood.
27. Derby- The war Years.

M. Green


A compilation of war-time memories from the Derby area.
28. A Thirties Childhood
29. The Road From The Means Test.

J. Brierley

The sequel to In The Shadow of The Means Test Man, is about the author's army life just after the war, includes many flashbacks to the past.
30. For the love of children.

Marjorie P. Dunn

A story of the children of Sheffield and Fulwood Cottage Homes.
31. A view from the Railway Bridge.

M. I. Sherriff

Memories of the authors childhood.
32. The Duckmanton Story.

R.E. Eatock

A brief insight into life in rural Duckmanton, highlighting yesteryear in the mining area of the village.
33. My Drink was Water Bright.

L. Waller

Growing up in the 30's and 40's in a pit village.
34. Our Billy.

D. Marriott

The story of a determined young man to overcome the stigma of illegitimacy through sucess in the accumlulation of riches.
35. Life down't Lane.

L. Thompson

The story of the author’s life growing up in the Whittington Moor area of Chesterfield during and after WWII.
36. Airlines and Headlines.

H. Oliver

The story of the authors life in journalism and also as a pilot.
37. Third in the Wheelbarrow Race.

G. Langton

An Erewash valley childhood, set mainly in Ilkeston during the 1930's.
38. Put that light out.

G. Langton

39. Parkgate to Ironville.

Bernard Maddison Davies

Tales of life in Parkgate South Yorkshire, later in Ironville.

40. Banjos Bayonets and Bedpans.

K. Williams

A memoir of National Service.
41. A Real Railway Child.

Barbara Blandford Musson

Memories of a childhood in the railway servant's orphanage later called St Christopher's.
42. Before Winter.

J. Dentith

The authors life in the Whittington area of Chesterfield, and his involvement in the St John's Rd Methodist Church.
43. Derbyshire Pit Murders.

N. Sharpe

Crimes that shocked the nation.
44. Mysterious Derbyshire.

Phillip Rickman


45. Derbyshire Ghosts.
46. Out of the Dark.

South Derbyshire Writers Group.


47. Ghosts and Legends of the Peak District.
48. Memories Of Woodthorpe and Seymour.
49. Sluggards Row and the Mystery of Heathcotes Barn.

Cyril Fletcher-Holmes

Fiction woven around fact in the Grassmoor area.
50. The Life and Times of a Former Pit Boy.

Stanley Bird

This story portrays the living conditions of a miners family during the years between the two wars, and the trials and tribulations of a member of that family during and after WW2.
51. May The Lord Have Mercy On Your Soul.

Phillip Taylor

Murder and serious crime in Derbyshire.
52. Ros, Liz, Wen and Wiz.. A Blackbrook Childhood.

Elizabeth Randles

Childhood memories from Blackbook near Belper in Derbyshire.

53. A Backward Glance.

Jean Barber

Memories of everyday life in and around Ilkeston including schooldays and work during wartime.


54. What a Life.

Harry Swindel

The story of a farming family in the Chelmorton area of Derbyshire. The story is full of memories, dreams and reflections painting a vivid word picture of the village where the author spent his life and gives more than a peep behind the scenes into the joys and sorrows of family life.

55. Now All You Buggers with Clogs On.

Arthur Mellor and Gillian Bennett

The story of Arthur Mellor 1911- 1989 set in Longnor & Buxton.

56. Ghosts in and around Chesterfield & More Ghosts in and around Chesterfield.

R.A. Pearson


57. Ilkeston at War.

M. Jobling

Reminiscences of life on the Home Front 1939-
58. To Love and Cherish.

Elsie Gadsby

The story of a wartime marriage, this book continues the story of the authors life.
59. The Day The Dump Went Up.

M. Rowe


Memories of war time incidents in Burton Upon Trent.
60. Memories Of Tapton House School.

Len Thompson

A compilation of memories of the school from its opening in 1939 till its closure in 1991. The house was the home of George Stephenson for a time.
61. Charley's Tales.

Charlie Garrett


62. The Warming Stone.

Ada Hitchins


63. Free But Not Easy.

Bas Barker and Lynda Straker


64. Uphill and Down Dale.

Nick Jukes

The author recalls his Dale Abbey childhood and laments the changing face of the countryside.
65. A Bradwell Man.

Barry and Bill Fletcher

Inspired by the writings of Cheetham W.Fletcher, the story of a peak village joiner.
66. Butter On Sunday.

Albert Rhodes


67. Shout in to the Wind.

Albert Rhodes


68. Calico Bloomers.

Albert Rhodes

69. Summer Of Yesterday.

Albert Rhodes

70. The Old Man and Other Stories.

Cyril Fletcher-Holmes.

A collection of fictional stories set in Derbyshire in the early years of the 20th century.

Unpublished work.


71. From Pill Boxes To Bandages.

Peter White

The history of Robinson and Son's factory.

72. Furthermore.

Jack Dentith

A personal recollection of life on Whittington Moor in the 1930's and 40's.

73. A Wirksworth Boyhood.

Max Hodnett

This is not the history of Wirksworth, rather a series of snapshots seen through the eyes of a boy growing up in the town.

74. The story of Eyam Plague.

Compilation of information relating to Eyam Plague. Compiled by Ann Krawzisk, Local Studies Librarian Chesterfield Library.
75. Winster Oral History.

Winster Local History Group.


76. Collection of Short Stories.

John Elliott

Memories of life in the Chesterfield area.
77. The Adventures of Grandads Gang.

C. T. R. Neal

Fiction woven around fact.
78. A Wirksworth Well Remembered.

Eric Repton

A brief portrayal of the author's life from 1921 to 1939 when he lived in Wirksworth.
79. A Wafflers Tale.

W. A. Merrill

The authors memories of growing up in Holmewood area of Chesterfield (Produced by Mr Merrill).
80. The Long Way Home.

Les Pipes


81. Ghost Stories.

C.T.R Neal

A collection of ghost stories written and read by Mr CTR Neal.

82. Spaghetti and Barbed Wire.

J. Fox

The authors war time experiences.


83. Upgate and Downgate.

Ernest (Boatie) Clark

Tales of a boatman’s life working on the Chesterfield Canal.

84. Punishment in Derbyshire.

J. Merrill
85. Murderous Derbyshire.

J. Eddleston

Tales of murder in Derbyshire.
86. Childrens Stories.

CTR Neal


A collection of stories for children written and read by Mr Neal.
87. The Devil’s Mill.

W. Unsworth


88. Tunes on a Penny Whistle.

Doris Coates

The authors story of her childhood in the village of Eyam.
89. Women of Derbyshire.

The stories of the lives of famous Derbyshire Women.


90. Children’s Stories.

Another collection of stories by Mr CTR Neal.

91. Poor Owd Tup and I remember Tup.

A collection of Poetry about life in Derbyshire, written and read by Mr David Froggatt.

92. Ahr Ezra and Kool for Kats.

Another collection of poetry written and read by

Mr David Froggatt.


93. Silent Valley.

V. Hallam


94. Tales of old Derbyshire.

Elizabeth Eisenberg


95. Chesterfield a Local History and guide.

Geoff Sadler


96. Hollins A study and guide.

Viyella, S Piggott


97. Through The Mill.

Langley Mill Heritage Group.


98. So Many Yesterdays.
99. Counting Our Chickens.

The Duchess of Devonshire.

A true account of the Duchess of Devonshire’s

childhood memories of Chatsworth.

100. The Long Haul.

B. Holden

The life and Times of the Railway Horse.

101. A Wandering of Gypsies.

Tom and Julie McCready

A true account of the life of two English

travellers.
102. Memories.

L. Matthews and W. Corwell

Reminiscences of life growing up in Brampton and Glossop.
103. Chesterfield Trams and Trolleybuses

Tramtracks and Trolleybooms.

B. Marsden

The history of Trams and Trolleybus in the

Chesterfield area.
104. Collection of short stories by John Elliott.
105. Aspects of Chesterfield.

Geoff Sadler

A history of Chesterfield.
106. Foul deeds and suspicious deaths.

Geoff Sadler

Tales of murder and intrigue in the Chesterfield area.

107. The Miner’s Strike Day by Day.

Brain Elliott

A unique personal account of the Miners strike

of 1984-1985. As told by a Yorkshire miner.

108. And The Band Played On.

Trevor Oldfield

The story of Chesterfield Toppers Carnival band from 953-1982.

109. Temple Normanton (A thousand years of history).

Peter and Janet Wright

The history of Temple Normanton.

110. A Derbyshire Christmas.

Robert Innes Smith

A celebration of Christmas in the diverse county of Derbyshire with its matchless scenery and romantic old Houses


111. A Victorian farmer’s diary - William Hodgekiss

The diary of William Hodgekiss, a Derbyshire farmer.


112. Discovering Derbyshire’s White Peak.

Tom Bates

A journey through the villages of Derbyshire’s White Peak.
113. Memories of my wartime experience.

Len Musgrove


114. Phoenix Rising.

Tom Bates

A collection of poetry by a local writer.
115. Rumblings in the dust.

Tom Bates

A collection of Poetry by a local writer.
116. Lead us not into Trent Station.

Richard Guise


117. A Widow with five children to support.

Alfred Gilder


118. I did it my way.

Claire Smith

Miscellany of memories recalling twenty two years of teaching.

119. Sandiacre Remembered.

Sandiacre Heritage Group.

Memories from the twentieth century of life in Sandiacre.


120. Life at our end of Riseley a personal account of life in the 1920s.

Edith Hulse
121. How it was.

Sylvia R. Linacre

Memories of the authors life growing up in Barlborough before and after the 2nd World War.

122. Voices from the dark.

A Bellinger

Stories of a spirtual healer.

123. Memories of a war baby’s life in Buxton.

Ann Gibbs


124. More Foul Deeds and suspicious deaths in and around Chesterfield.

Geoff Sadler


126. More Crich Tales.

Geoffrey Dawes


127. Footloose in the peak.

Peter Cowes


128. A dream within the dark.

Victor Puik


129. Three dreams fulfilled.

Sheila Dyson


130. Murder and Mystery in the Peak.

Roly Smith


131. White Peak memories.

Claude Fearns


132. Women of a white peak village.

Gillian Radcliffe


133. Peaks and troughs.

Paul Hudson


134. Crich Tales.

Claude Fearns


135. Ashover remembered.

M Wombwell


136. A town without pity.

Don Hale
137. Harry Hurst remembered.

S. Hurst
138. First steps in family history.

Eve Mc Laughlin


139. Dick Turpin in Derbyshire.

Peter Elliott


140. The Hike.

Don Shaw
141. An airman’s wife.

Barry Marsden
142.Cromford Dam.

Eddie Allsop


143. Grace’s diary.

R. Edlin White


144. Derbyshire Heroes.

David Bell


145. Balm and Battleships.

146. The nannans know these things.

Anne R. bailey

147. My uncle the clockmaker.

Mary Howitt


148. Arthur Jackson remembers.

Arthur Jackson


149. Arthur Jackson remembers more.

Arthur Jackson


150. The life and times of Arthur Jackson.
151. Props points and pig iron.

Edited by Jan Edgar


152. Vicissitudes of a cricketing motivator.

Bill Suttle


153. Duffield Childhood Memories.

Geoff Stokes


154. Light and Shade.

Olive Billings


155. Northern Derbyshire: Snapshots in time.

Tom Bates


156. This Remote Township – E Shaw.
157. Local History audio collection on CD
158. Accident of fortune.

Andrew R. B. Cavenish


159. Milk Muck and Memories – collection of stories about farming life collected by Margaret Wombwell.
160. And the Band Played On.

Trevor Oldfield.


161. For the people of Chesterfield For Ever.

Janet Murphy.

A history of the Queens park.
162. A century of cricket.

Janet Murphy


163. There and Back- memories of a Derbyshire lad in war and peace.

Cornelius Turner


164. Hell Bent to the Orient.

A Maskery


165. Rebel’s Way.

Gywneth Francis


 


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Giant Print Books

Adult titles

Atwood, Margaret - The Blind Assassin

Austen, Jane - Mansfield Park

Austen, Jane - Pride and Prejudice


Banks, Iain - Complicity

Barker, Pat - Regeneration

Bronte, Charlotte - Jane Eyre

Bronte, Emily - Wutherings Heights

Brown, Dan - Angels and Demons

Brown, Dan -The Da Vinci Code

Brown, Dan - Deception Point

Chambers, Aidan - Postcards from no man's Land

Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur - The Hound of the Baskervilles

Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur - Sherlock Holmes Investigates

Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur - Sherlock Holmes Short Stories

Connoly, Joseph - SO.S

Cormier, Robert - The Chocolate War

Deaver, Jeffery - The Cold Moon,

De Bernieres, louis - Captain Correlli's Mandolin

Dickens, Charles - A Christmas Carol

Dickens, Charles - Hard Times

Dickens, Charles - Great Expectations

Du Maurier, Daphne - Birds and Other Stories

Du Maurier, Daphne - Don't Look Now and Other Stories

Du Maurier, Daphne - Jamaica Inn

Du Maurier, Daphne - Rebecca

Durrell, Gerald - My Family and other animals


Faulks, Sebastian - Birdsong

Fforde, Katie - Life Skills

Fowke, Bob - World War 2 What they didn't tell you

French, Nikki – Secret Smile

French, Nikki - Killing Softly
Grisham, John - The Broker

Grisham, John - The Testament

Grisham, John - Brethren

Grisham, John - The Broker

Grossman, Lev - Codex
Haddon, Mark - Curious incident of the dog in the night time

Hardy, Thomas - Tess of the D'Urbervilles

Hill, Susan - Strange Meeting

Hill, Susan - The Woman in Black

Hornby, Nick - About a Boy

Hosseiini, Khaled - A Thousand Splendid Suns

Hosseiini, Khaled - Kite Runner
Kelly, Cathy - Best of Friends

Kinsella, Sophie - Shoaholic and Sister

Kinsella, Sophie - Secret Dreamworld of a shopaholic
Lee, Laurie - Cider with Rosie
McCall Smith, Alexander - Girl who married a lion

McEwan, Ian - Atonement

McEwan, Ian - The Child in Time

McNab, Andy - Deep Black


New Scientist - Why Don't Penguins Feet Freeze

Niffengger, Audrey - The Time Travellers Wife


Picoult, Jodi Nineteen Minutes

Pullman, Philip - The Ruby in the Smoke


Syal, Meera - Anita and Me
Watson, James - Talking in Whispers

More titles are available from the RNIB National Library using the Bee Aware Scheme.

Junior titles

Ahlberg, Janet & Allan - Peepo!

Awdry, Christopher - Thomas
Birney, Betty G - The World according to Humphrey

Blyton, Enid - The Famous Five, Five get into Trouble

Blyton, Enid - Five Go Down to the Sea

Blyton, Enid - Five have Plenty of Fun

Blyton, Enid - Five Go Down to the Sea

Blyton, Enid - Magic Faraway Tree, The

Brown, Jeff - Flat Stanley
Cabot, Meg - Princess Diaries

Child, Lauren - I will not ever Never eat a tomato

Colfer, Eoin - Artemis Fowl Book 1

Colfer, Eoin - Artemis Fowl Book 2: The Arctic Incident

Colfer, Eoin - Artemis Fowl Book 3: The Eternity Code

Colfer, Eoin - Atemis Fowl Book 4: The Opal Deception

Cottrell Boyce, Frank - Millions

Cunliffe, John - Postman Pat and the Big Surprise


Dahl, Roald - The BFG

Dahl, Roald - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Dahl, Roald - Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

Dahl, Roald - The Enormous Crocodile

Dahl, Roald - George’s Marvellous Medicine

Dahl, Roald - Matilda

Daniels, Lucy - Animal Ark - Badger in the Basement

Daniels, Lucy - Animal Ark - Dolphin in the Deep

Daniels, Lucy - Animal Ark - Puppy in a Puddle

Donaldson, Julia - The Gruffalo

Donaldson, Julia - The Gruffalo's Child
Gliori, Debi - Pure Dead Brilliant

Gliori, Debi - Pure Dead Magic

Gliori, Debi - Pure Dead Wicked
Hughes, Shirley - Dogger
IInkpen, Mick - Penguin Small
King-Smith, Dick - Sheep-Pig, The

Masson, Sophie - Thomas Trew and the Hidden People

McCaughrean, Geraldine - Peter Pan in Scarlet

McCombie, Karen - Indie Kidd Oops I Lost My Best (est) Friends

McGee, Marni - Winston the Book Wolf

Meadows, Daisy - Rainbow Magic Book 1 - Cherry the Cake Fairy

Meadows, Daisy - Rainbow Magic Book 2 - Melodie the Music Fairy

Milne A. A. - Winnie the Pooh

Murphy, Jill - The Worst Witch

Murphy, Jill - Peace at Last
Pratchett, Terry - The Amazing Maurice & His Educated Rodents
Rowling, J.K. - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Book 2

Rowling, J.K. - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Book 7

Rowling, J.K. - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Book 4

Rowling, J.K. - Harry Potter and the Half -Blood Prince - Book 6

Rowling, J.K. - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - Book 5

Rowling, J.K. - Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone - Book 1

Rowling, J.K. - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Book 3

Seuss, Dr. - The Cat in the Hat

Simon, Francesca - Horrid Henry and the Football Fiend

Simon, Francesca - Horrid Henry Meets The Queen

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 01, The Bad Beginning

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 02, The Reptile Room

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 03, The Wide Window,

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 04, The Miserable Mill

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 05, The Austere Academy

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 06, The Ersatz Elevator

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 07, The Vile Village

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 08, The Hostile Hospital

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 09, The Carnivorous Carnival

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 10, Slippery Slope, The

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 11, The Grim Grotto

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 12, The Penultimate Peril

Snicket, Lemony - Series of Unfortunate Events 13, The End

Strong, Jeremy - My Brother's Famous Bottom

Strong, Jeremy - My Brother's Famous Bottom Get's Pinched

Thomas, Valerie - Winnie the Witch

Tomlinson, Jill - The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark

Wilson, Jacqueline - Best Friends

Wilson, Jacqueline - Candyfloss

Wilson, Jacqueline - Clean Break

Wilson, Jacqueline - The Diamond Girls



Wilson, Jacqueline - Starring Tracey Beaker
These titles are available from Chesterfield Library. More titles are available from the RNIB national Library by request using the Bee Aware Scheme.

Playaways
These are small MP3 players preloaded with an audio book.
Available for loan by Visually Impaired and Print Denield People only.
The behaviour of moths - Adams, Poppy
Flawless - Bagshawe, Tilly
Quentins - Binchy, Maeve
Dying to sin - Booth, Stephen

The dead place - Booth, Stephen
The cat who dropped a bombshell -

Braun, Lillian Jackson
The lost symbol - Brown, Dan

The da vinci code - Brown, Dan
Bomber boys - Bloor, Thomas
The wedding officer - Capella, Anthony
Chasing the dime - Connelly, Michael
Animals in war - Cooper, Jilly
Live the dream - Cox, Josephine
Arlington Park - Cusk, Rachel
The memory keeper's daughter - Edwards, Kim
Daughters of fire - Erskine, Barbara.
When the boys come home - Evans, Pamela

In the dark streets shining - Evans, Pamela
A week in December - Faulks, Sebastian
Going Dutch - Fforde, Katie
Losing you -  French, Nicci
Out of the sun - Goddard, Robert

Never go back - Goddard, Robert
The cold heart of summer - Gibbons, Alan
The other woman - Gower, Iris
The virgin's daughter - Gregory, Philippa

Notes on a scandal - Heller, Zoe

The observations - Harris, Jane
The pure in heart -  Hill, Susan
Chocolat - Harris, Joanne
The island - Hislop, Victoria

The return -  Hislop, Victoria
Angels - Keyes, Marian
Shopaholic & sister - Kinsella, Sophie
My best friend's girl - Koomson, Dorothy
Letters from the trenches: a soldier of the Great War -   Lamin, Bill
Lime Street blues - Lee, Maureen
Wolf Hall - Mantel, Hilary
Labyrinth - Mosse, Kate
The memory garden - Hore, Rachel
Tell it to the skies - James, Erica
Silver Bay - Moyes, Jojo
The Italian - Montefiore, Santa
Home truths - North, Freya
My sister's keeper - Picoult, Jodi
The complaints - Rankin, Ian
Bare Bones - Reichs, Kathy

Cross Bones - Reichs, Kathy

Break no Bones - Reichs, Kathy
Survival - Ryan, Chris
Wicked prey - Sandford, John
The echo - Walters, Minette
The night watch - Waters, Sarah
Love and war - Williams, Dee


For more information on any items listed in this booklet please contact Sandra Rollinson at Chesterfield library.
Tel: 01629 33400
e-mail: sandra.rollinson@derbyshire.gov.uk







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