Jeremy Oppenheim

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2003

Jewish Care's KC Shasha Centre
Monday, 3 March 2003

Visual or physical disability need not be a barrier to pursuing the love of books. In a new partnership, the Jewish Braille Institute of America and Jewish Care's KC Shasha Centre have cooperated to launch an extraordinary range of work on tape by Jewish writers and on Jewish themes. In this session two authors, whose talking books are among the most popular, lead a discussion about the importance of talking books.

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