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Blinded at the age of 3, Louis Braille developed a superb memory that enabled him to do well in school. But that wasn't enough--Louis wanted to read. Finding the alphabet impractical, he invented the raised dot alphabet, Braille, now used throughout the world.
Sets forth the value of group musical activities in the lives and development of children with disabilities. Gives directions to teachers in choosing, arranging, or composing musical materials and in leading and accompanying each kind of activity. Musical illustrations of specially written songs an…
This book covers all the bases: from love-making, orgasm, conception and growth inside the womb through the actual birth day. It tells the facts of life in a way that children can understand and parents can enjoy. Illustrated.