Zaynee Malik wants people who are visually impaired to hear another good book.
So the Shadyside girl has donated time each week for the past four months reading aloud as part of a new partnership between The Ellis School in Shadyside and the Carnegie Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Students are recording digital audio books for young readers who can't see print.
"It was a very rewarding experience," said Malik, 17, a junior at the school. "The cause is so great."
Melissa Dodge, a French and English teacher at the school, volunteers at the library narrating and editing audio books. She coordinated with the library to get equipment at the …