Beallara care is similar to that of Odontoglossum (I believe this is a multi-intergenetic hybrid of one). I'd be shocked if this were not in your book. Moderate light, keep it damp... can't remember humidity - I keep my grow area at 45-50% avg and it's been doing alright so far.
As for Paphs, I'm really shocked that your book would not have information on these as they are the "old school" "slipper" orchids. Moderate light and keep them moist, but not soaking and don't let them dry out completely. Humidity usually avg of about 50% or better.
Someone else may have better instructions on either of these. Especially the paph instructions -- which can also be found in other informational resources on the boards. (Glossary is a great place to start, but it does not have info on Beallara yet.)