Historical information

Introduced in 1974, the Braille Book of the Year was created to both acknowledge excellence in writing as well as raise the profile of Braille books. In 1994, the award was won by (information needed)'. The Bathurst Award for Narrator of the Year award went to Beverley Dunn for the audio version of 'White Eye: a novel', whilst 'Coming of Age' by Anne Deveson won 'Book of the Year'. Presentations were made by Anne Deveson and Beverley Dunn.

Physical description

4 colour photographs of the event