Beyond FANTASTIC: ONE SISTER’S SONG to become an RFB&D Audio Book!!
Bob Janowski, Production Director of the Rocky Mountain Unit (and one of my new favorite people in Denver along with Betsy Boudreau, Executive Director, who originally contacted me about RFB&D a while back) explained this honor in a recent e-mail:
“Guest readers and our experienced volunteers will produce an audio version of your book, which will then become a part of the national RFB&D catalog. This means your work will be among approximately 120,000 current titles available to almost a quarter million members with print disabilities.”
WOW. As I wrote in my earlier post about RFB&D, “Success in so many areas depends greatly on the simple ability to read, and so often we take that ability for granted. Imagine being a fourth-grader who struggles in school not because she doesn’t want to learn, but because words on a page simply don’t make sense.” RFB&D helps fill a critical need, and now One Sister’s Song will be part of its important catalog. Talk about news that made my day!