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January-February 2013
Volume 82, Number 1

In Brief

Books for Adults

Books for Children

Braille Magazines

In Brief

Next release of BARD brings new materials and features

On November 27, 2012, NLS launched an updated version of the Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) service that includes braille books and magazines, music materials, and locally produced titles. New features include a wish-list function, user download histories, more details about listings, and a series search option.

Because digital braille books and magazines are now available through BARD, Web-Braille will be phased out by mid-2013. Braille materials will remain accessible through active links in the online NLS catalog and the web version of Braille Book Review. For more information, please visit https://nlsbard.loc.gov/NLS/NewBARDOverview.html.

2013 Collection Development Advisory Group seeks suggestions

The members of the Collection Development Advisory Group appreciate input from fellow patrons and librarians concerning the NLS program. Ideas and suggestions from readers are key components in the success of the program and are thoroughly discussed in the committee's deliberations. Please continue to submit your suggestions to committee members or your cooperating braille or talking-book library. The group will meet again at NLS May 22–24, 2013, to review and discuss these and other matters. A full list of members is provided below.

Consumer organization representatives:


Midlands Region—Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin

Katherine Schneider
222 McKinley Avenue
Eau Claire, WI 54701

Northern Region—Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and West Virginia

Stanley Greenberg
6 Arbor Road
South Burlington, VT 05403-5743

Southern Region—Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virgin Islands, and Virginia

Pamela Cox
319 South Ewing Avenue #5
Louisville, KY 40206

Western Region—Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming

Robert Nazarenus
4300 Washington Street
Lincoln, NE 68506



Richard J. Smith, Director
Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library
Jefferson City, MO 65102
(573) 522-2767


Donna Calvert
West Virginia Library Commission—Special Libraries
Blind and Physically Handicapped Services Cultural Center
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East
Charleston, WV 25305-0620
(304) 558-4061


Ruth Hemphill, Director
Tennessee Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
403 Seventh Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37243-0313
(615) 741-3917


John Mugford
New Mexico Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
1209 Camino Carlos Rey
Santa Fe, NM 87507-5166
(505) 476-9770 or (505) 476-9772

Children's/Young Adult

Jessica Goodrich
Reader Services Librarian
Braille and Talking Book Library
702 W. Kalamazoo Street
Lansing, MI 48909
(517) 373-5357

2013 calendars

Listed below are organizations that produce calendars in braille or print/braille.

American Printing House for the Blind (APH)
PO Box 6085
Louisville, KY 40206-0085
(502) 899-2284 fax
https://shop.aph.org Link outside of Library of Congress
Accepts orders by fax, mail, or telephone.

Braille DateBook calendar in a two-ring binder. Calendar has tabbed pages of durable plastic. Catalog no. 1-07899-13, $66. Calendar replacement pages, catalog no. 1-07898-13, $18. Filler paper and extra tabs, catalog no. 1-07897-00, $11.

Large-print/braille (36 point) 8-1/2 x 11-inch APH InSights Art Calendar. Includes holidays and moon phases. Features selected art from the APH juried competition. Catalog no. 5-18971-13, $7.

Large-print/braille everyday activities calendar in a three-ring binder with color dividers between each month, two days per page. Calendar can be used year after year. For children ages three to eight. Catalog no. 1-08121-00, $60.

Large-print/braille individual calendar kit. Kit contains two brightly colored embossed bold-line grid sheets for making individual month-at-a-glance calendar. Catalog no. 1-8971-00, $18.

Lutheran Blind Workers
PO Box 5000
Yucaipa, CA 92399

Braille 8 x 11-inch scripture calendar. Features a Bible verse and raised picture each month.

Michigan Braille Transcribing Fund
3500 North Elm Road
Jackson, MI 49201
(517) 780-5096
(517) 780-5548 fax
http://mi-braille.org Link outside of Library of Congress
Accepts requests by e-mail, fax, or telephone.

Large-print/braille 6-1/4 x 3-3/4-inch purse-size, spiral-bound calendar. Includes a separate listing of major holidays. Free.

National Federation of the Blind
Independence Market
1800 Johnson Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 659-9314, ext. 2216
(410) 685-2340 fax
www.nfb.org Link outside of Library of Congress
Accepts requests by e-mail, fax, mail, or telephone.

Braille 6 x 6-1/2-inch calendar. Features one page per month, a personal day page, and a listing of major holidays. Catalog no. BBC13. Free.

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress
Attn: Reference Section
Washington, DC 20542
(202) 707-9275
Accepts requests by e-mail or telephone.

Braille datefinder and signature guide. Covers a twelve-month period from July of the current year through June of the following year. Measures 5 x 3-1/4 inches. Free.

Sight Connection Store
9709 Third Avenue NE, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98115-2027
(206) 525-5556 v/TDD
(206) 525-0422 fax
www.sightconnection.com Link outside of Library of Congress
Accepts prepaid orders by fax, mail, online, or telephone.

Braille magnetic board calendar holds the days and months of the year in 1-inch tiles. Tiles are in braille and print with raised tactile numbers and letters. Includes extra tiles. Catalog no. PLU 809, $33.75.

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The following announcements may be of interest to readers. The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped reserves the right to publish announcements selectively, as space permits. The items mentioned, however, are not part of the NLS program and their listings do not imply endorsement.

Hadley School adds new business course

The Hadley School for the Blind is offering a new online course, Selling on eBay, that explains how to register for eBay, make purchases, and manage sales listings. The course is offered as part of Hadley's Forsythe Center for Entrepreneurship, which aims to provide individuals who are blind or visually impaired with skills that can help them launch and grow their own businesses. For more information visit www.hadley.edu/fce, Link outside of Library of Congress call 1-800-526-9909, or e-mail student_services@hadley.edu.

Accessible museum tours in New York City

The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City offers accessible tours that incorporate both verbal description and the opportunity to touch objects in the museum's collection. Science Sense tours at the AMNH are free with museum admission and take place about once each month. Upcoming tour topics include biodiversity, on February 13; planet Earth, on March 16; and meteorites and gems, on April 17. Advance registration is required. To obtain more information e-mail accessibility@amnh.org or call (212) 313-7565.

Medicare and You handbook available in accessible formats

Medicare recipients with vision impairments may now request accessible versions of the 2013 edition of Medicare and You, the program's official handbook, by calling Medicare at 1-800-633-4227 or visiting www.medicare.gov/publications. Medicare and You includes information on recent service changes, costs and coverage, prescription drug plans, and the rights of Medicare patients. The publication is available in braille, audio CD, e-book, podcast, and large-print formats. The large-print edition is available in both English and Spanish.

Smartphone radio app available

Individuals who want to listen to podcasts and radio stations hosted by people who are blind or visually impaired now have improved access through an updated version of iBlink Radio, a free iPhone and Android app developed by Serotek Corporation. iBlink also offers a reading service for newspapers and other print periodicals. Podcasts cover subjects including independent living, travel, and adaptive technology. The new version of the app for the iPhone, released in September 2012, allows users to stream audio content while navigating the app's menus and restart podcasts at the point where they last paused them. For more information, visit www.serotek.com/iblink Link outside of Library of Congress or e-mail content@serotek.com.

Books for Adults

The following books were recently produced for the NLS program. To order books, contact your braille-lending library.

Note: For the information of the reader, a notice may appear immediately following the book description to indicate occurrences of violence, strong language, or explicit descriptions of sex. The word "some" before any of these terms indicates an occasional or infrequent occurrence, as in "some strong language."

Adult Nonfiction

Preparing for College: Practical Advice for Students and Their Families     BR 18780
by John J. Rooney and John F. Reardon
2 volumes
Guide for high school students and their parents to selecting a college. Covers taking admissions tests, filling out applications and financial aid forms, understanding college costs, choosing a field of study, selecting a campus, identifying personal challenges, avoiding common mistakes, and more. For senior high and older readers. 2009.

Swimming with Piranhas at Feeding Time: My Life Doing Dumb Stuff with Animals     BR 18822
by Richard Conniff
3 volumes
Award-winning author chronicles his global journeys to meet experts and observe exotic animals like lemurs, piranhas, African wild dogs, and more. Describes adventures with ants, spiders, and wasps and learning about venom toxicity and an insect-sting pain index. Analyzes misconceptions about dangerous creatures and their roles in the ecosystem. 2009.    

The Ninth: Beethoven and the World in 1824     BR 19393
by Harvey Sachs
3 volumes
Music historian and former conductor explores the intricacies of Beethoven's symphonic masterpiece and examines the politics and aesthetics of western Europe at that time. Discusses the enduring value of the Ninth Symphony and the fight the deaf composer and his contemporaries waged against oppression. 2010.

Kidney Disease: A Guide for Living     BR 19433
by Walter A. Hunt
2 volumes
Medical researcher who has had kidney failure, dialysis, and a transplant offers fellow patients a guide to the causes, treatment options, and coping mechanisms. 2011.

An Extravagant Hunger: The Passionate Years of M.F.K. Fisher     BR 19450
by Anne Zimmerman
2 volumes
Portrays Fisher (1908–1992) at a time when her life revolved around fine dining and wine and romance, and her magazine articles and books established her as queen of the new genre of food writing. Covers her years in Europe, her marriages, and her culinary opinions. 2011.

Sex on Six Legs: Lessons on Life, Love, and Language from the Insect World     BR 19451
by Marlene Zuk
3 volumes
Biologist explains the elaborate behavior of insects and attempts to persuade individuals to not be afraid of bugs by providing a detailed tour of their world. Examines insect mating rituals, parenting skills, warfare, and personalities. 2011.

Understanding Rachel Carson's Silent Spring     BR 19452
by Alex Macgillivray
1 volume
Analysis of the 1962 environmental manifesto Silent Spring (BR 11887), whose author, Rachel Carson, advocated against the chemical industry. Chronicles the history and continued influence of Carson's groundbreaking work and posits its enduring relevance. For junior and senior high and older readers. 2011.

The Time of Our Lives     BR 19467
by Tom Brokaw
2 volumes
Award-winning journalist examines the twenty-first-century social landscape of America, reflects on its past, and ponders its future. Provides profiles of Americans he calls "unconventional thinkers and doers," including the wife of a seriously wounded soldier, an inner-city school principal, a major league baseball pitcher, and others. Bestseller. 2011.

Some Assembly Required: A Journal of My Son's First Son     BR 19493
by Anne Lamott
2 volumes
In this sequel to Operating Instructions: A Journal of My Son's First Year (BR 10274), the author recounts unexpectedly becoming a grandmother after her unwed college student son and his girlfriend have a baby. Lamott describes the problems and happiness that arose from the situation. Some strong language. Bestseller. 2012.

Adult Fiction

The Professional: A Spenser Novel     BR 18774
by Robert B. Parker
2 volumes
Four young women married to older wealthy men hire Boston PI Spenser to stop Gary Eisenhower, their former lover, who is blackmailing each of them. Spenser is investigating, with help from his psychologist girlfriend Susan Silverman and cohort Hawk, when several murders occur. Strong language. 2009.

Death before Wicket: A Phryne Fisher Mystery     BR 18778
by Kerry Greenwood
2 volumes
Australia. Detective Phryne Fisher goes on holiday to Sydney, where she confronts multiple mysteries. A university student is accused of stealing exams from a safe. And Phryne's maid's sister, a mother of two, disappears—and may not want to be found. Some strong language and some explicit descriptions of sex. 2003.

Under the Volcano     BR 18787
by Malcolm Lowry
4 volumes
Quauhnahuac, Mexico; 1938. On the Day of the Dead, Geoffrey Firmin, an alcoholic former British consul, is consumed by the arrival of his ex-wife Yvonne. Her mission to save Geoffrey is complicated by the presence of Geoffrey's half brother and a childhood friend. Some violence and some strong language. 1947.

A Happy Marriage     BR 18928
by Rafael Yglesias
3 volumes
In this autobiographical novel, twenty-one-year-old published novelist Enrique is immediately attracted to Margaret when they meet. Details of their awkward early courtship and snapshots of their marriage alternate with descriptions of Enrique helping Margaret as she dies of cancer thirty years later. Strong language and explicit descriptions of sex. 2009.

Cat Striking Back: A Joe Grey Mystery     BR 18981
by Shirley Rousseau Murphy
2 volumes
A thief accidentally knocks his lover into an empty pool and kills her—then panics and hides the body. But Joe the cat smells blood and alerts police detective Juana Davis. Afraid of cats, the crook must stay one step ahead of Joe and his cohorts. Some strong language. 2009.

WWW: Watch     BR 18985
by Robert J. Sawyer
3 volumes
Fifteen-year-old Caitlin, from WWW: Wake (BR 18658), uses her retinal implant to visualize the Internet and befriends the entity Webmind. While she helps Webmind learn more about the world, the government's Web Activity Threat Containment division views it as a security risk and plans to eradicate it. 2010.

Late Nights on Air     BR 18987
by Elizabeth Hay
3 volumes
Yellowknife, Canada; 1970s. Staff dynamics shift at a remote radio station after the hiring of announcer Dido Parris. Dido has fellow employees intrigued, especially old-timer Harry, a bitter, failed television talk-show host; young newcomer Gwen; and silent Eddy, the station technician. Only one wins her affections. Strong language. 2007.

A Lesson in Secrets: A Maisie Dobbs Novel     BR 19354
by Jacqueline Winspear
3 volumes
England, 1932. At the request of the secret service, Maisie Dobbs goes undercover at a college devoted to peace. Originally assigned to keep an eye on the school's founder, the seditious children's book author Greville Liddicote, Maisie shifts her attention when she encounters a murder. 2011.

Apocalypse of the Dead     BR 19385
by Joe McKinney
4 volumes
After a virus outbreak following Hurricane Mardell turns people into zombies, Texas is placed under quarantine. When a desperate group of uninfected survivors tries to escape the quarantine zone, horror creeps out with them—leaving humanity struggling to survive. Violence and strong language. 2010.

Fallen     BR 19391
by Karin Slaughter
3 volumes
At her mother Evelyn's house, agent Faith Mitchell finds splattered blood, a man holding another at gunpoint, her baby locked in the shed—but no Evelyn. Faith's partner Will Trent and Dr. Sara Linton help with her desperate hunt for her ex-cop mother. Violence, strong language, and descriptions of sex. 2011.

A Turn in the Road     BR 19392
by Debbie Macomber
3 volumes
Bethanne, from A Good Yarn (BR 16187), and her daughter join Bethanne's former mother-in-law Ruth on a cross-country road trip to Florida. Ruth heads for her fiftieth high school reunion while Bethanne considers her ex-husband's wish to reunite. Along the way Bethanne falls in love. 2011.

Beauvallet     BR 19437
by Georgette Heyer
2 volumes
Dashing Sir Nicholas Beauvallet, one of Queen Elizabeth I's buccaneers, captures a Spanish galleon. Onboard are Don Manuel and his lovely daughter Dominica. Nicholas escorts the two safely to their native shores, but vows to return to Spain—enemy territory—and make Dominica his wife. 1929.

Timelock: The Caretaker Trilogy, Book 3     BR 19438
by David Klass
2 volumes
Jack discovers that the only way to protect Earth from ecological disaster at the hands of the Dark Army is to lock time. He must choose between staying in the present or returning to the future world from which he came. For senior high readers. 2009.

Bless the Bride     BR 19440
by Rhys Bowen
2 volumes
New York, 1903. As she prepares to marry police captain Daniel Sullivan and give up her private investigative business, Molly Murphy can't resist taking one more case. A Chinese businessman asks Molly to locate his missing bride— who may have run away from their arranged marriage. 2011.

The Cat's Table     BR 19469
by Michael Ondaatje
2 volumes
1954. Eleven-year-old Michael sails from Ceylon to Great Britain to rejoin his mother. During the three-week voyage he befriends two other boys, and together they have adventures that lead to insights about adulthood, love, and betrayal. Some strong language. Bestseller. 2011.

The Cut     BR 19470
by George Pelecanos
2 volumes
Ex-marine Spero Lucas works as a defense attorney's investigator and does side jobs recovering stolen items. Drug dealer Anwan Hawkins hires Lucas to retrieve stolen marijuana packages Hawkins had delivered by FedEx to houses when the residents were not home. Violence, strong language, and explicit descriptions of sex. Bestseller. 2011.

The Sense of an Ending     BR 19472
by Julian Barnes
1 volume
London. Retired divorcé Tony Webster is bequeathed a journal that belonged to his schoolmate Adrian, who committed suicide forty years ago. Tony reflects on the past, which included a bitter parting from his first lover Veronica, who next dated Adrian. Some strong language. Man Booker Prize. Bestseller. 2011.

Where Things Come Back     BR 19488
by John Corey Whaley
2 volumes
Seventeen-year-old Cullen Witter believes he knows everything about his dreary town of Lily, Arkansas. Then his cousin dies from an overdose, his brother Gabriel goes missing, and an extinct woodpecker reemerges. Strong language. For senior high and older readers. Printz and Morris Awards. 2011.

The Running Dream     BR 19489
by Wendelin Van Draanen
2 volumes
After a school-bus accident, sixteen-year-old Jessica has her right leg amputated below the knee and is convinced she will never run again. But prosthetics, a new friend with cerebral palsy, and the support of her track team help Jessica find a way forward. Some strong language. For junior and senior high readers. Schneider Family Book Award. 2011.

Calico Joe     BR 19494
by John Grisham
2 volumes
In 1973 Chicago Cubs record-breaking rookie Joe Castle from Calico Rock, Arkansas, steps up to bat against New York Mets pitcher Warren Tracey—and the outcome changes both their lives. Decades later Warren is dying, and his son Paul tries to bring the two ballplayers back together. Bestseller. 2012.

Home     BR 19495
by Toni Morrison
1 volume
1950s. African American Frank Money, a Korean War veteran suffering from stress and alcoholism, leaves a Seattle mental hospital after learning that his sister Cee is gravely ill. Frank rescues Cee, taking her home to rural Georgia so they both can heal. Violence and some strong language. Bestseller. 2012.

Books for Children

The following books were recently produced for the NLS program. To order books, contact your braille-lending library.

Children's Nonfiction

Nubs: The True Story of a Mutt, a Marine, and a Miracle     BR 19028
by Brian Dennis and others
1 volume
Describes the bond that developed between a marine major stationed in Iraq and an injured dog that was named Nubs because his ears had been cut off. PRINT/BRAILLE. For grades K-3. 2009.

What It's Like—to Climb Mount Everest, Blast Off into Space, Survive a Tornado, and Other Extraordinary Stories     BR 19444
by Jeff Belanger
1 volume
Twelve individuals share their real-life adventures. Teenager Bethany describes losing her arm in a shark attack in 2003 while surfing. Dad Phil relates being struck by lightning in 2005 as he was rock climbing with his family in Wyoming. For grades 5-8. 2011.

Commodore Perry in the Land of the Shogun     BR 19445
by Rhoda Blumberg
1 volume
Details American Commodore Matthew Perry's role in opening Japan's closed society to world trade in the 1850s. Describes interactions between American naval officers and the feudal Japanese government, including gift exchanges and ceremonies, and the treaty between the two nations. For grades 4-7 and older readers. Newbery Honor Book. 1985.

To Be a Slave     BR 19447
by Julius Lester
1 volume
Accounts assembled from the words of slaves and united by the author's commentary. Excerpts are arranged chronologically to record the history of black bondage from capture to auction and servitude to freedom. For grades 6-9 and older readers. Newbery Honor Book. 1968.

Greek Myths     BR 19449
retold by Ann Turnbull
1 volume
Sixteen retold myths of nature, monsters, heroes, and struggles between gods and mortals. Includes such classics as "Persephone"; "Orpheus and Eurydice"; the "Minotaur"; "King Midas and the Golden Touch"; and "Pandora," about a woman who released suffering on humankind but retained hope. For grades 5-8 and older readers. 2010.

Venus     BR 19501
by Ruth Bjorklund
1 volume
Discusses the planet Venus's role in the solar system and in human history. Covers information learned from space probes about the features of the planet's surface—volcanic plains, water, and atmosphere. Compares Earth and Venus and presents quick facts. For grades 5-8. 2010.

Children's Fiction

Mare's War     BR 18763
by Tanita S. Davis
2 volumes
Teens Octavia and Tali reluctantly take a cross-country road trip with Mare, their eighty-year-old grandmother. But Mare's stories about growing up black in 1940s Alabama and running away from home to join the army during World War II make the journey worthwhile. For grades 6-9. Coretta Scott King Honor Book. 2009.

Applesauce Season     BR 19029
by Eden Ross Lipson
1 volume
In the fall when school starts, Grandma declares that it is applesauce season and leads the way to a farmers' market. Her grandson loves the many different apple names and helps the family cook batches of the treat in the kitchen. Recipe included. PRINT/BRAILLE. For grades K-3. 2009.

The Rogue Crew: Redwall Abbey     BR 19394
by Brian Jacques
3 volumes
The murderous Razzid Wearat and his horde of vermin are on a mission to seize Redwall Abbey for themselves. Abbott Thibb and his Redwallers must defend their home with the help of the Long Patrol hares and the Rogue Crew of sea otters. For grades 5-8. 2011.

The Rescuers     BR 19442
by Margery Sharp
1 volume
On behalf of the Prisoner's Aid Society, Miss Bianca, a white mouse of great beauty and self-confidence, undertakes a perilous mission with the ambassador's son. They travel to Norway, where they must rescue a poet imprisoned in the dreadful Black Castle. For grades 3-6. 1959.

A Solitary Blue     BR 19448
by Cynthia Voigt
2 volumes
Jeff is seven when his mother Melody deserts him and his emotionally distant father. Years later Melody reenters Jeff's life, widening the gap between father and son. Only truth, love, and Dicey Tillerman's friendship help Jeff heal. Companion to Dicey's Song (BR 13291). For grades 5-8. Newbery Honor Book. 1983.

Dead End in Norvelt     BR 19490
by Jack Gantos
2 volumes
Norvelt, Pennsylvania; 1962. Grounded for various offenses, twelve-year-old Jack Gantos spends his summer helping his elderly neighbor. As part of his duties, Jack must perform an unusual chore that involves the newly dead, molten wax, underage driving, and more. For grades 5-8 and older readers. Newbery Medal. 2011.

Braille Magazines

The following is a list of braille magazines in the Library of Congress program. Readers may obtain free personal subscriptions to these magazines. For information on the availability of specific magazines, consult the library that send you braille materials.

Boys' Life (for children and teens, monthly)

Braille Book Review (bimonthly)

Braille Chess Magazine (British quarterly)

Braille Music Magazine (British monthly)

Conundrum (British monthly)

Cooking Light (11 issues)

ESPN: The Magazine (biweekly)

Harper's (literary; monthly)

Health Newsletters (includes Harvard Health Letter, Mayo Clinic Health Letter, and University of California at Berkeley Wellness Letter; monthly)

Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine (monthly)

Ladies' Home Journal (11 issues)

Martha Stewart Living (home and entertaining; monthly)

Muse (for children; 9 issues)

Musical Mainstream (NLS quarterly)

National Geographic (monthly)

The New York Times Book Review (weekly)

The New York Times Large Print Weekly (weekly)

News (NLS quarterly)

Parenting Early Years (11 issues)

Parenting School Years (11 issues)

PC World (personal computing; monthly)

Playboy (11 issues)

Poetry (11 issues)

Popular Communications (monthly)

Popular Mechanics (monthly)

Popular Music Lead Sheets (irregularly)

Rolling Stone (popular culture; 24 issues)

Science News (26 issues)

Seventeen (for teens; 10 issues)

Short Stories (British monthly)

Spider: The Magazine for Children (9 issues)

StoneSoup (children's writings; 6 issues)

Update (NLS quarterly)

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