Pooh's New Clothes
Series: Volume 5
Walt Disney Productions, 40 pages, about 2000 words
Item Number: 2278
This is a Children's Text-Braille book, which means that in addition to raised Braille, it has extra features.
What is a Text-Braille Book?
This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.
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What is Unified English Braille
There's a craftsmen in the Hundred Acre Wood! Sly Fox has come to dress the forest animals in the finest clothes honey can buy. But there's something really special about the clothes Fox makes. Only really super wise people can see them. Fox is wise enough, of course. And according to him, whoever wears the grand suit will be able to change who he or she is. "They'll make you be brave!" Sly boasts. "And happy! And Smart!" Well, Pooh just has to get that kind of suit. "Why, I would never forget where I stashed my honey if I had magic clothes," Pooh thinks to himself. One by one, the forest animals decide to see if they're smart enough to see the clothes. Pretty soon, Sly Fox's hide-away is the center of every rumor - and none of it's true. Pooh's about to learn that it's our differences that make us all unique. Just be yourself is truly the moral of the story.
For ages 4 to 8.
Package Weight: about 1.2 pounds.
(From the Walt Disney Fun-to-Read Library shelf.)