Louis Braille (The Boy Who Invented Books for the Blind)
by Margaret Davidson, 55 pages
Item Number: 3347
This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.
What is Original Braille?
What is Unified English Braille
No child should miss the biography of Louis Braille, who, at the age of twelve, invented the ingenious method of reading and writing we know today as Braille. The Braille system has long since opened up the vast world of literature to blind people around the world, and is the blind person's equivalent to the sighted person's pen and paper.
For ages 7 to 10.
Package Weight: about 1.2 pounds.
(From the Biographies shelf.)