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Donna W. Hill, author of The Heart of Applebutter Hill, with her male yellow Lab guide dog, Mo, and rescued strawberry-blonde male tabby Goofus: photo by Rich Hill.

Donna with her male yellow Lab guide dog Mo and Goofus, their rescued male kitty: photo by Rich Hill.

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It’s  nice to snuggle up with a good book, says Goofus, a strawberry blonde tabby, getting cozy with The Heart of Applebutter Hill by his Mom, Donna W. Hill. Cover shows cave scene with a hand holding the blue Heartstone of Arden-Goth: photo by Rich Hill.



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A message from Donna

Screech Owl Looks Out from Hill's Wood-Duck House by Rich Hill

My dream is to make The Heart of Applebuttter Hill available in both Braille and audio through the National Library Service for the Blind & Physically Handicapped (NLS), a division of the Library of Congress. An electronic Braille version of The Heart of Applebutter Hill is available fromBookshare, and an audio recording is available through Learning Ally, which is wonderful.

However, Bookshare, as well as Learning Ally are both subscription services, which not everyone can afford. NLS and its BARD website for downloading electronic versions of audio and Braille books, is free to all who have a temporary or permanent qualifying print impairment. If you are an NLS subscriber, please call your member library or email them from the BARD page and request The Heart of Applebutter Hill by Donna W. Hill. Thanks, and let me hear from you!

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