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Louis Braille: The boy who invented books for the blind

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Davidson, by Margaret, Compere, Janet (Illustrator). Toronto, ON: Scholastic , 1971. (Book) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre
Call Number
JUNIOR FH 300 DAV 1971
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.
Title
Louis Braille: The boy who invented books for the blind
Author
Davidson, by Margaret
Compere, Janet (Illustrator)
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Scholastic
Year Published
1971
Physical Description
Paperback, 80 p. : ill.
Series
Scholastic Biography
Topics
Vision/Vision Disorders. Visual Impairments
Braille
Abstract
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.
Notes
Ages 8-13
ISBN
059044350X
Language
English
Material Type
Book
Agency
BC Children's and Women's
Location
Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
JUNIOR FH 300 DAV 1971
Copy 1 BC Children's and Women's Sunny Hill Education Resource Centre VIP Available
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