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AUTHORS CATALOGUE as at 30 April 2002

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    Q.B.W.A. braille library . . . AUTHORS CATALOGUE as at 30 April 2004

    “Australian” means the story is set in, or relevant only to, Australia. “Miscellaneous” means the story is set in overseas countries, or is relevant world-wide including

    Australia.

     The nationality of the author is irrelevant. Abbreviations used are:

     ............................................. b. .... = braillon ( plastic sheets )

     ............................................. c ..... = computer produced ( white paper )

     ............................................. i ...... = interpoint

     ............................................. j ...... = jumbo dots

     ............................................. v ...... = volume

     ............................................. AO ... = Adults Only ( some sexual references or coarse language )

     ............................................. cond ..... = condensed story

There are 5 titles available in Grade 1 braille:

    Adventures of “Western Star” + Tragedy at Marsden Manor ................................. by Agatha Christie

     .............................................. FM-MYS 1261a, b

    The Old Man and the Sea………………………………………… .......................... by Ernest Hemingway

     .............................................. FM-ADV 0760

    Emil and the Detectives ( i )……………………………………… ............................ by Erich Kastner FM-MYS 0528/01

    The Thirty-nine Steps…………………………………………….. ........................... by John Buchan………….. ................. FM-ESP 0609

    ? Marks 11 titles available in Jumbo Dots

    ??? Each title can be given ONLY ONE section code . . . this ensures the title is catalogued only once.

Each title is then given a three-letter subject code which best describes its dominant theme. Further

    three-letter subject coding can be added [in brackets] for more detailed coding. No attempt should be

    made to classify an author‟s style, thus a “family” story by Maeve Binchy will be different from a “family”

    story by Wilbur Smith. However, a further three-letter [bracketed] subject code of CLAssic or

    CONtemporary may be loosely interpreted as “old style” or „”new style” of writing.

Old titles are removed to make shelf space for new titles therefore some books listed are not available.

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SECTIONS . . . note: 2 letters only for each title

AA - - autobiographies australian

    AM - - autobiographies miscellaneous

BA - - biographies australian

    BM - - biographies miscellaneous

CA - - children australian ( stories for children )

    CM - - children miscellaneous ( stories for children )

EA - - essays australian

    EM - - essays miscellaneous

FA - - fiction australian

    FM - - fiction miscellaneous

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HC - - hobbies and crafts

NA - - non-fiction australian

    NM - - non-fiction miscellaneous

PA - - poetry australian

    PM - - poetry miscellaneous

SA - - short-stories australian

    SM - - short-stories miscellaneous

SUBJECT CODE . . . three letters to describe the title‟s dominant theme

ACC ..... accommodation: houses, hotels etc

    ADO ..... adolescents: about teenagers, students

    ADV ..... adventure: personal travels on land

    ANC ..... ancient history - - greek, roman etc

    ANI ....... animals and birds etc, anecdotal

    AVI ....... aviation: aeroplanes, pilots, flying

BIB ....... biblical: life BC to 30 AD approx

CHI....... children: about children

    CLA ...... classic authors: austen, bronte, dickens e.g.

    COL ..... colonial: convicts, bushrangers, slaves

    CON ..... contemporary: between 1900 to 1999

    COM .... commerce: business, banking, clerical

    CRA ..... craft: handcrafts other than fine art. Knitting & Crotchet e.g. CUL...... culinary: restaurants, food, beverages

DEP ..... depression eras: any century

    DIS ....... disasters: natural ( floods e.g. ) or human ( collapsed bridges e.g. )

EDU ..... education, teachers, schools

    ENV ..... environment: land, sea, sky and space

    ESP...... espionage: political or commercial

    ETH ..... ethnic: by or about cultural groups, of any skin colour

    EXP ...... exploration and discoveries

FAM ..... family: daily life or generation sagas

    FAN...... fantasy life, mysterious powers, myths, witchcraft

    FIN ....... fine arts: painting, sculpting etc

GAM..... games e.g Chess, Patience

    GAR ..... gardening, gardens, parks

    GEN ..... general: for multiple subject matters e.g. in short stories or poems

HEA ..... heavy: secondary industry, manufacturing

    HIS ....... historic: before 1900 ( i.e. after PIO and COL )

    HOB ..... hobbies and games, collections etc

    HOR ..... horror fantasies e.g. by Stephen King

    HUM..... humorous, comical, whimsical, tongue-in-cheek

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IMP ...... impaired: about impairment, injury, illness

    IND....... indigenous: about original inhabitants of any country, of any skin colour

    INF ....... information: from government departments, councils

    INT ....... intrigue: schemes for wealth, power, influence

JOU ..... journalism: all forms of media

LAW ..... law: legal content incl. murder trials, law enforcement

    LIB ....... library: publishing, books, reading

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    MAN ..... manual: carpentry, bricklaying etc

    MAR ..... maritime: life at sea, ships, submarines

    MEC ..... mechanical: vehicles, equipment

    MED ..... medical: health, medical staff, hospitals

    MOD .... modern: beyond 2000

    MUS ..... music: operas, musicals, those who compose music or plays (refer to PER )

    MYS ..... mystery and murder

NAT ..... natural history: wildlife of all sizes

PAS...... pastoral: farming life concerning animals or crops

    PER ..... performers: actors, dancers, singers, those who play music ( refer to MUS )

    PHI ....... philosophy: attitude to life

    PIO....... pioneers: the first wave of free settlers who migrate into an INDigenous culture POL...... politics or politicians

    PRI ....... prison: life therein, criminals, gansters

    PRO ..... production: food processing, sales

    PSY ...... psychology: why people and animals behave as they do

RAC ..... racial interaction and / or conflict i.e. between ETHnic groups of any skin colour

    REL ...... religious: all varieties

    ROM .... romance

    ROY ..... royalty

    SCI ....... science: fact ( section = NM ) or fantasy ( section = FM )

    SPO ..... sport and sports people

    TEC ..... technology: computers etc

    TRA ..... travel: tourist guides ( personal stories about travel = ADVenture ) WAR .... wars and revolutions

    WES .... western: generally set in the USA and featuring sheriffs, indians, outlaws WRI ..... writers: authors and scriptwriters

    NOTE: Codes below indicated a certain time-frame so they cannot be used together

     as the main subject code. Listed in time-sequence:

     ANCient

     BIBlical (to 30AD)

     COLonial ( years dependant upon country )

     PIOneer ( years dependant upon country )

     HIStoric ( before 1900 )

     CONtemporary ( 1900 to 1999 )

     MODern ( 2000 to )

    Some pioneering-style stories are set in CONtemporary times and should be coded as PAS with an additional coding of [FAM], also adding the year and place.

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    ABDULLA & MATHER ....... TIME OF THE PEACOCK .........................[CON] . NA-PAS 2 2665

    ABLEMAN, PAUL ................ TWILIGHT OF THE VILP ...................................... FM-SCI 2 2689

    ABRAHALL, C ..................... YOUNG LOUIS BRAILLE ...................................... BM-IMP 2 2440

    ADAMS, DAVID ................... LETTERS OF RACHEL HENNING ....................... FM-___ 6 1263

    ADAMS, SHIPLEY............... MURDER IN THE FIRST PERSON; i ................. FM-MYS 3

     .............................................. 1880

    ADAMSON, GEORGE ........ BWANA GAME ...................................................... AM-NAT 5

     .............................................. 2463

    ADAMSON, JOY ................. BORN FREE .......................................................... AM-NAT 3

     .............................................. 1060

    AGAR, HERBERT ............... TIME FOR GREATNESS; i .................................. NM-HIS 3 1380

    AIRD, CATHERINE ............. a DEAD LIBERTY; c ............................................ FM-MYS 6

     .............................................. 3077

    ALCOTT, LOUISA ............... LITTLE WOMEN ........................................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 5

     .............................................. 1333

    ALDRICH, BESS ................. TRUST THE IRISH FOR THAT ............................ FM-___ 1 1166

    ALDRICH, R.S ..................... GERTRUDE LAWRENCE ..................................... BM-PER 8

     .............................................. 1507

    ALDRIDGE, JAMES ............ MY BROTHER TOM; 1930 ................................... NA-FAM 4

     .............................................. 3029

    ALLAN, DESIREE ............... MY NEW LIFE IN THE DARK ............................... AA-IMP 6 3502

    ALLBEURY, TED ................ the SECRET WHISPERS; (AO) WWII................. FM-ESP 6

     .............................................. 0744/01

    ALLEN & ELDER ................ WALLS OF JERICHO; S. Jex-Blake ..................... BM-MED 6

     .............................................. 2822

    ALLINGHAM, M ................... LOOK TO THE LADY ............................................ FM-MYS 6

     .............................................. 3120

     .............................................. PATIENT AT PEACOCK HILL............................... FM-MYS 2

     .............................................. 1130

     .............................................. the OAKEN HEART; i ........................................... FM-MYS 3

     .............................................. 1802

     .............................................. TIGER IN THE SMOKE ......................................... FM-MYS 5

     .............................................. 1708

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     .............................................. TWO STORIES OF SUSPENSE: NO LOVE LOST FM-MYS

     .............................................. 5 .................................................................2367

AMBLER, ERIC ................... DIRTY STORY; Athens ......................................... FM-ESP 4

     .............................................. 2669

AMES, JENNIFER............... GOOD SPORT....................................................... FM-___ 4 1406

AMIS, KINGSLEY ................ I LIKE IT HERE; Portugal ..........................[HUM] . FM-FAM 4

     .............................................. 2668

     .............................................. LUCKY JIM; i ........................................................ FM-___ 3 1803

     .............................................. the OLD DEVILS; boring ....................................... FM-FAM 11

     .............................................. 3014

?ANDERSON, JESSICA ... TIRRA LIRRA BY THE RIVER; ( jumbo dots ) .... [HIS] FA-FAM 9

     .............................................. 2944

ANDERSON, ROBYN .......... EYE OF THE BEHOLDER .........................[HIS] ... FA-FAM 10 3357

    ANDREW, Brother............... GOD‟s SMUGGLER............................................... BM-REL 5

     .............................................. 2340

ANDREWS, L ...................... a HOSPITAL SUMMER ......................................... FM-___ 5 1749

ANDREWS, VIRGINIA ........ HEAVEN............... #1 ............................................. FM-FAM 13

     .............................................. 3424

     .............................................. DARK ANGEL ...... #2 ............................................. FM-FAM 11

     .............................................. 3382

     .............................................. FALLEN HEARTS #3 ............................................. FM-FAM 11

     .............................................. 3415

ANONYMOUS AUTHORS ... CADDIE; Sydney barmaid ..................................... FA-DEP 5 1743

    ANONYMOUS CROCHET... CROCHET: “Harmony guide”: Introduction; c.,i...... HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 820a/02

     .............................................. CROCHET: “Harmony guide”: Textured, Spikes,

     Relief, Puff, Knobbles; c.,i.................................. HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 820b/02

     .............................................. CROCHET: “Harmony Guide”: Texture & Colour,

     Filet, Openwork, Lace:; c.,i. ................................ HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 820c/02

     .............................................. CROCHET: “Harmony Guide”: Openwork, Lace motifs HC-CRA

     .............................................. 1 .................................................................820d/02

ANONYMOUS CULINARY ..

ANONYMOUS EXPLORATION ................................................................CONQUEROR OF THE

    SEAS .................................... ....................................................................NM-EXP 1 2027

ANONYMOUS HISTORICAL ....................................................................CONRAD TREASURY

    CASINO - Heritage interpretation ...............................................................NA-HIS 1 3559

ANONYMOUS INFO., AUST

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ANONYMOUS KNITTING.... KNITTED GARMENTS FOR MEN: wide,varied select; i. HC-CRA

     .............................................. 2 .................................................................0813/02

     .............................................. KNITTED: HANDKNITTED TOYS & GIFTS, vol 1 only HC-CRA

     .............................................. 1 .................................................................3239

     .............................................. KNITTING AND CROCHET: Baby Book of…; i. .... HC-CRA

     .............................................. 2 ..................................................................0814/02

     .............................................. KNITTING FOR BABY ........................................... HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 0276

     .............................................. KNITTING FOR INFANTS ..................................... HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 0276

     .............................................. KNITTING … PRACTICAL .................................... HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 0276

     .............................................. KNITWEAR: Ladies Fashion …: i.

     Cardigans, Jackets & Waistcoats ...................... HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 821a/02

     Sweaters & Tops ................................................. HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 821b/02

     Twins & Twosomes ............................................. HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 821c/02

     The Great Outdoors ............................................. HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 821d/02

     .............................................. KNITTING: CLECKHEATON: Instructions ............ HC-CRA 1

     .............................................. 824a/02

     .............................................. KNITTING: CLECKHEATON: Zoom Knits; (b) ...... HC-CRA

     .............................................. 1 .................................................................824b/02

ANONYMOUS MEDICAL .....

ANONYMOUS RELIGION, AUST ............................................................

ANSTEE, MARGARET J ..... GATE OF THE SUN; Bolivia .................................. NM-TRA 7

     .............................................. 2492

ANTHONY, DAVID .............. BLOOD ON A HARVEST MOON; WWII ............. FM-MYS 7

     .............................................. 3311

    ANTHONY, EVELYN........... the DEFECTOR .............. #1 .................................. FM-ESP 9

     .............................................. 3521

     .............................................. AVENUE OF THE DEAD #2 .................................. FM-ESP 9

     .............................................. 0249/99

     .............................................. BLOODSTONES.................................................... FM-INT 12 3560

     .............................................. CURSE NOT THE KING ...........................[HIS] ... FM-INT 7 3565

     .............................................. the GRAVE OF TRUTH; WWII............................. FM-INT 6 2864

     .............................................. the MALASPIGA EXIT............................................ FM-ESP 6

     .............................................. 3482

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     .............................................. NO ENEMY BUT TIME; Ireland ............................ FM-MYS 8

     .............................................. 3456

     .............................................. the OCCUPYING POWER; WWII France ............ FM-RAC

     .............................................. 7 .................................................................3479

     .............................................. the POELLENBERG INHERITANCE ........[FIN] .... FM-INT 6 3554

     .............................................. the RELIC; c ......................................................... FM-INT 10 3376

     .............................................. the RENDEZVOUS; 1944 - 1964 .......................... FM-MYS 5

     .............................................. 3440

     .............................................. the RETURN; Russian exiles ................................ FM-ESP 7

     .............................................. 3438

     .............................................. the SILVER FALCON; horse racing ...................... FM-MYS 7

     .............................................. 3421

ARCHDALE, BETTY ........... INDISCRETIONS OF A HEADMISTRESS ........... AA-EDU

     .............................................. 5 .................................................................2461

    ARCHER, JEFFREY ........... CLEAN SWEEP IGNATIUS .................................. SM-___ 1 3111

     .............................................. the ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT........................ FM-INT 8 0451/01

     .............................................. the FOURTH ESTATE ........................................... FM-ESP 14

     .............................................. 3490

     .............................................. HONOUR AMONG THIEVES................................ FM-INT 13 3402

     .............................................. NOT A PENNY MORE, NOT A PENNY LESS...... FM-INT 6

     .............................................. 2954

     .............................................. the PRODIGAL DAUGHTER ................................. FM-INT 11 3380

     .............................................. a QUIVER FULL OF ARROWS ............................. SM-MYS 5

     .............................................. 2932

     .............................................. SHALL WE TELL THE PRESIDENT..................... FM-ESP 6

     .............................................. 3196

     .............................................. the STEAL .............................................................. FM-MYS 1

     .............................................. 3409

     .............................................. TWELVE RED HERRINGS; ( A - H ) ................... SM-MYS 9

     .............................................. 3454

     ( A to H so they can be mailed/read one at a time )

     .............................................. a TWIST IN THE TALE.......................................... FM-MYS 5

     .............................................. 3116

    ARKELL, R .......................... ARMCHAIR TRAVELOGUE .................................. NM-TRA 2

     .............................................. 2229

     .............................................. TRUMPETS OVER MERRIFORD; i .................... FM-___ 2 1807

ARKELL & MOORE............ GREEN FINGERS AND SUCH THINGS .............. PM-GAR 1

     .............................................. 2787

ARMITAGE, AILEEN ........... HUNTER‟s MOON ................................................. FM-MYS 7

     .............................................. 3083

    ARMSTRONG, C ................ the PROTÉGÉ ........................................................ FM-___ 3 2251

ARNOTT, MARJORIE......... CRAFT BOOKS IN BRAILLE................................. HC-CRA 5

     .............................................. 0382/00

     1. Index

     2. Baby Showers

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     3. Guide to Knitting Techniques

     4. Potpourri Patterns

     5. Tablecloth

ARVIND ................................ LETTERS OF AN INDIAN JUDGE TO AN ........... AM-FAM

     .............................................. 3 .................................................................2168

     ENGLISH GENTLEWOMAN

    ASHFORD, DAISY .............. thE YOUNG VISITORS.......................................... FM-___ 1 1373

    ASHFORD, JEFFREY ......... an IDEAL CRIME ................................................... FM-MYS 5

     .............................................. 3371

    ASHTON, TILLY .................. MEMOIRS OF TILLY ASHTON ............................. AA-PER 1 1340

     .............................................. SCRAP BOOK OF TILLY ASHTON ...................... AA-PER 1 1341

    ASTLEY, THEA .................... GIRL WITH A MONKEY ........................................ BA-___ 2 1227

     .............................................. the SLOW NATIVES .............................................. FM-___ 5 1650

    ATKINSON, E...................... GREY-FRIARS BOBBY ......................................... FM-___ 4 1108

ATTENBOROUGH, DAVID QUEST UNDER CAPRICORN .............................. NM-NAT 3

     .............................................. 1723

     .............................................. ZOO QUEST FOR A DRAGON ............................ NM-NAT 5

     .............................................. 1028

     .............................................. ZOO QUEST TO GUIANA..................................... NM-NAT 3

     .............................................. 1213

     .............................................. ZOO QUEST TO MADAGASCAR......................... NM-NAT 3

     .............................................. 1521

ATTENBOROUGH, JOHN . ONE MAN‟s INHERITANCE: 1900 - 1950 ............ FM-FAM

     .............................................. 6 .................................................................2662

AUMONIER, STACY ........... ESSAYS OF TODAY & YESTERDAY ................... EM-___ 1 1364

    AUST. BROADCAST. COMM ..................................................................PROFILES OF POWER

     .............................................. NA-___ ....................................................... 4......... 2247

    AUSTEN, JANE .................. EMMA .........................................................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 13

     .............................................. 3527

     .............................................. MANSFIELD PARK; i ...............................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 6

     .............................................. 0584

     .............................................. NORTHANGER ABBEY; i .......................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 3

     .............................................. 0412

     .............................................. PERSUASION; i .......................................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 3

     .............................................. 1808

     .............................................. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE ..........................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 8

     .............................................. 0578

     .............................................. SENSE AND SENSIBILITY .......................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 8

     .............................................. 0213/99

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    AUSTEN, JANE et al ........... SANDITON.................................................[CLA] .. FM-FAM 7

     .............................................. 3170

AXLINE, V............................ DIBS ....................................................................... FM-___ 4 2733

AYERS, RUBY M ................ LOVE IS SO BLIND; i ........................................... FM-___ 3 1810

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