DK Launches Braille Line of Picture Books
The series includes board and nonfiction books, pairing braille and textured images with printed text to make stories accessible for both sighted and visually impaired readers.
These books are a shared learning experience…Visually impaired children often feel isolated, but they can share these books with friends and family. Counting and Shapes are just as valuable for visually impaired parents to read along with their sighted preschoolers as for visually impaired children themselves. (Brightly)