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1-2-3 How Many Do You See? Cuantos Ves?

1-2-3 How Many Do You See? Cuantos Ves? by Lilia Molina-Ruiz, is a braille and tactile counting book designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. The book is bilingual (English and Spanish), with braille and raised tactile letters and numbers.

A Braille Spelling Dictionary For Beginning Writers

A Braille Spelling Dictionary for Beginning Writers is a manual for teaching braille spelling to students who are blind or have low vision. This one-volume braille dictionary contains 1,400 words, listed alphabetically without definitions, enabling elementary school-age children to look up the spelling of words independently. The dictionary is in both print and braille, so sighted and blind children and teachers or parents can use it together.

Abacus Basic Competency: A Counting Method (Models 7-00219-00 & 5-00219-00)

"Abacus Basic Competency: A Counting Method," by Susan M. Millaway, is an instructional manual designed for teaching skills in performing the four basic math operations on the abacus to children and adults who are blind or have low vision. It comes in a large print edition, model 7-00219-00, and a braille edition, model 5-00219-00. The braille edition is 102 pages. This manual employs both instruction and exercises to teach abacus skills, using the Counting Method rather than traditional indirec

Aph Print Braille Children's Books: Dear Santa, Please Come To The 19Th Floor

The APH "Dear Santa, Please Come to the 19th Floor," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Print/braille Children's Books: Goin' Someplace Special

The APH Curious George edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Print/braille Children's Books: Oranges On Golden Mountain

The APH "Oranges on Golden Mountain" edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Print/braille Children's Books: Where The Wild Things Are

The APH "Where the Wild Things Are" edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading Books: Bread And Jam For Frances

The APH "Bread and Jam for Frances," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: Black Beauty

The APH "Black Beauty," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Story Description: Black Beauty, a good-natured and strong stallion, tells of his adventures working with many types of people. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: Cat In The Hat

The APH "Cat in the Hat," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Book Description: Dr. Seuss took 220 words, rhymed them, and created "The Cat in the Hat", the story of the cat that transformed a dull, rainy afternoon into a magical and just-messy-enough adventure. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacture

Aph Recreational Reading: Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

The APH "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Story Description: Harry Potter learns that he is a wizard and has been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Book one in this popular series. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: Poems For Youth

The APH "Poems for Youth," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Description: The volume presents Emily Dickenson's poetry to young people. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: Star Wars: Outbound Flight

The APH "Star Wars: Outbound Flight," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Story Description: Jedi Master Jorus C'baoth heads an ambitious intergalactic expedition to the Unknown Regions. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: The Broker

The APH "The Broker," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: The Great Gatsby

The APH "The Great Gatsby," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Story Description: Self-made, self-invented millionaire Jay Gatsby embodies some of the Jazz Age's most abiding obsessions: money, ambition, greed, and the promise of new beginnings. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: The House At Pooh Corner

The APH "The House at Pooh Corner," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Story Description: Christopher Robin and Pooh's adventures are always sure to be interesting. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Aph Recreational Reading: The Velveteen Rabbit

The APH "The Velveteen Rabbit," edition, unites print and Braille in one volume. A Braille overlay page allows both sighted and non-sighted persons to read together. Story Description: A stuffed toy rabbit comes to life in this timeless tale of the transforming power of love. DIMENSIONS: 11.5 inches height x 8.7 inches width x 0.3 inches depth. WEIGHT: 6.4 ounces. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Asb Braille Books

ASB Braille Books are braille books designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. All books are spiral bound with print and braille pressboard covers. Categories include Biographies, Classic, Comedy, Cookbooks, Drama, History, Mystery/Suspense, Romance, and Young Adults/Children. More than 100 titles are currently available, including books by popular authors like Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Danielle Steele, and Sandra Brown; classics like Lord of the Flies and The Call of the

Beginning Braille For Adults

Beginning Braille for Adults, by Mabel Nading and Ramona Waldhof, is a braille reading tutorial program designed to teach braille to adults and high school students who are blind or have low vision. The textbook covers the braille alphabet, numbers, punctuation, and Grade 2 abbreviations and contractions. It is written entirely in Braille, with an accompanying instructional cassette, and can be used for self-instruction or in Braille classes.

Beginning With Braille

Beginning with Braille, by Anna Swenson, is a braille instruction manual designed for use by teachers of students who are blind or have low vision. This is the braille edition of Beginning with Braille: Firsthand Experiences with a Balanced Approach to Literacy, published by AFB Press (see separate entry). This book contains real-life case studies of beginning reading and writing instruction, with practical teacher-friendly strategies for getting students started toward braille literacy.

Books From The Braille Institute Press

Books from the Braille Institute Press are braille books designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. A wide range of titles are available for both children and adults, including titles for preschool children through young adult readers, textbooks for kindergarten through grade 12, books for college preparation, beginner braille books for adults, and recreational reading for adults. Over 1,100 children's titles are available, including both popular and classic fiction, biogr

Braille Books From The Braille Superstore

Braille Books from the Braille Superstore are braille books designed for use by children or adults who are blind or have low vision. Over 500 books for children are available, including books by Dr. Seuss, Margaret Wise Brown, Eric Carle, and Robert Munsch; books about Madeline, Curious George, the Berenstain Bears, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Franklin the Turtle, Mr. Gumpy, and the tiny town of Chewandswallow; Mother Goose nursery rhymes; and classic fairy tales. Books for older children include

Braille Books From The Clovernook Store

Braille Books from the Clovernook Store are braille books designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Titles include A Different Kind of Hero, by Leslie Lehr Spirson; Bunnicula Strikes Again, by James Howe; City of Light, by Lauren Belfer; Elbow Room, by James Alan McPherson; In Dubious Battle, by John Steinbeck; Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind, by Ann B. Ross; Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man, by Susan Faludi; Stress and Natural Healing; The Sacrifice, by Diane Matchec

Braille Books From The Louis Braille Center

Braille Books from the Louis Braille Center are braille books designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Titles include biographies of Louis Braille, resources for learning braille, the writings of Helen Keller, books of wisdom and inspiration, poetry, books of quotations, and books for children and teens. Books for children and teens include fables, fairy tales, and legends; Christmas books; poetry, riddles, and jokes; fiction by A.A. Milne, Beatrix Potter, Laura Numeroff

Braille Cookbooks From The Cookbook Of The Month Catalog

Braille Cookbooks from the Cookbook of the Month Catalog are braille cookbooks designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. A total of 76 cookbooks are available. Each cookbook is one or two volumes and focuses on a particular type of food, cooking method, or regional or ethnic cuisine. OPTIONS: Purchasers may join the Cookbook of the Month Club to receive new braille cookbooks automatically.

Braille Enthusiast's Dictionary

The Braille Enthusiast's Dictionary, compiled and edited by Koenig and Holbrook, is a braille manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This volume presents braille transcriptions of more than 29,000 common and not-so-common words in the English language. All listings are in conformity with the latest revisions of the braille code. Syllabic divisions are shown for words in inkprint, and a listing of prefixes and suffixes is given for all those words in which a cont

Braille New Revised Standard Version Bible & New Testament

The Braille New Revised Standard Version (NSRV) Bible and NSRV New Testament are braille Bibles designed for use by individuals who are blind. The complete New Revised Standard Version Bible is available in 36 Braille volumes, and the NRSV New Testament is available in 9 volumes.

Braille Series

The Braille Series is a Braille reading tutorial program designed for teaching braille to students who are blind or have low vision. The set includes a set of three textbooks, with Book 1 covering Grade 1 braille, Book 2 covering Grade 2 braille, and Book 3 covering advanced Grade 2 braille. OPTIONS: Each volume is available in a Braille version and a print version for sighted teachers or parents.

Braille World Atlas (Model 5-06000-00)

The Braille World Atlas, model 5-06000-00, is a braille and tactile atlas designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This one-volume atlas has 37 maps with descriptions, including maps of the solar system, the seasons, continents, oceans, countries, and the regions and states of the United States.

Braille, Large Print, & Audio Instructional Booklets From Horizons For The Blind

Braille, Large Print, and Audio Instructional Booklets from Horizons for the Blind are cookbooks and crafts guides designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Each booklet includes braille and large print text and comes with an audio cassette or CD. Titles currently available include Oriental Recipes, with 18 recipes for such dishes as fried noodles, almond chicken, and fortune cookies; Baking with Mixes, with instructions for using cake, biscuit, bread, and cookie mixes, r

Computer Books, Children's Books, Magazine, Newspaper

The National Braille Press Catalog lists braille books and magazines for sale. Sample titles include TAKE CHARGE: A STRATEGIC GUIDE FOR BLIND JOB SEEKERS, and OUR SPECIAL magazine, as well as SYNDICATED COLUMNISTS WEEKLY newspaper and selected children's books. Some titles are available on cassette or PortaBook (a disk containing a Grade 2 braille file that is formatted to be read easily by a braille reading device, braille notetaker, or computer with a braille display). The catalog is available

Cooking With Feeling

Cooking with Feeling, by Deborah DeBord, is a braille cookbook designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This cookbook describes 180 adaptive culinary techniques for blind cooks, along with the author's recipes and favorite recipes from such cookbooks as The New Basics Cookbook, Moosewood Cookbook, and the Country Gourmet Cookbook. It is available in Portabook (electronic braille) format on CD-ROM or floppy disk or as a download.

Dictionary Of Braille Problem Words

The Dictionary of Braille Problem Words is a Braille book designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This volume identifies words that may be ambiguous or have other problems when written in contracted Grade 2 Braille. It is published in Twin Vision format with adjacent pages of ink-print and Braille, making it possible for sighted teachers and parents to use the dictionary together with students. It comes in two volumes, A-L and M-Z.

Dream Dog Print And Braille Series

The Dream Dog Print and Braille Series is a series of braille books designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. These picture books come with braille overlays and a companion Sing Along Songs CD/cassette (sold separately) that stimulates key audio and mental senses to expand the storyÆs message. Two titles are available: Jerome's Jam, in which Jazz the Dream Dog helps Jerome overcome sibling jealousy; and Monsters in Your Bed ... Monsters in Your Head, in which Angie meets mon

Famous Landmarks-Braille And Tactile 2-Book Set

The Famous Landmarks-Braille and Tactile 2-Book Set is made for individuals who are blind or visually-impaired. The books contain images outlined with Braille. Volume I and II contain images of buildings, monuments, statues, and other landmarks from around the world. The pages are made of heavy card-stock and for every image have the name of the landmark and its location in print and in raised tactile Braille.

Foundations Of Braille Literacy

Foundations of Braille Literacy, by Robert L. Baker, Alan J. Koenig, Evelyn J. Rex, and Diane P. Wormsley, is a manual for teaching braille designed for use by teachers of students who are blind or have low vision. This text addresses the teaching of braille reading and writing in the context of literacy in general, the whole language approach, and the way in which print reading and writing are taught. Both a theoretical framework and practical applications for instruction in braille literacy ar

Full-Page Braille Display

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To develop a full-page, refreshable Braille display for individuals with low-vision or who are blind. Currently, Braille displays typically show only one line of text at time. The researchers at North Carolina State University are working on an electroactive polymer-based Braille display that would enable full-page Braille displays. The researchers have developed a concept called a “hydraulic and latching mechanism,” which allows to raise dots to the correct hei

Galaxy Library

The Galaxy Library system provides large print and braille books on demand for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Books are distributed in all electronic formats, traditional print, and single or short run print-on-demand, including customizable large font and braille print-on-demand. Braille versions are translated, transcribed, and produced using software from Duxbury Systems. Books can be rented in electronic format or purchased in hard copy. Publishers and content owners can post

George Foreman Braille Cookbook

The George Foreman Braille Cookbook is a braille cookbook designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This two-volume cookbook features recipes to use with George Foreman's grilling machine, along with instructions on how to use the machine.

Goin' On A Bear Hunt - Moving Ahead Storybook Series (Model 6-77903-00)

Goin' On a Bear Hunt - Moving Ahead Storybook Series, model 6-77903-00, is a braille book designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This braille book is part of a series that introduces symbolic representation, raised line illustrations, and text. Students explore tactile illustrations with varying levels of detail; track varying types of lines and intersecting lines; encounter tactile symbols, simple keys, and maps; discover braille words embedded in the graphics and locate

Handbook Of Braille Contractions

The Handbook of Braille Contractions is a manual for teaching Grade 2 Braille contractions and abbreviations for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This dictionary presents contractions and abbreviations with their meanings in alphabetical order, with Braille and standard print on facing pages.

High Noon Books Sound Out Series Set A-1 (Model S0S7)

High Noon Books Sound Out Series Set A-1 is a set of six braille books that make up a braille training program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This courseware package is designed to be used with the SAL Speech Assisted Learning System (see separate entry). SAL helps students with minimal reading skills read these books from cover-to-cover. Some pages show pictures; users can press on the word "picture" to hear the picture described. The series gives students pra

Holiday Homecoming Braille Cookbook

The Holiday Homecoming Braille Cookbook is a braille cookbook designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is a braille version of Kraft Kitchens' Holiday Homecoming cookbook, a cooking and entertaining guide for the holidays or for any special occasion during the year. The cookbook provides recipes, menus, and side dishes to make holidays festive. Pages are in Interpoint braille, with 148 pages in 2 volumes.

How To Read Braille Music, 2Nd Edition

How to Read Braille Music, 2nd Edition, by Bettye Krolick, is a manual for teaching music braille for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This book gives an overview of braille music, and explains the music braille symbols most frequently found in elementary through intermediate-level music. It is written at a fifth grade reading level and is suitable for both children and adults. This edition has 44 pages and was published in 1998. OPTIONS: This manual is available in braille, print,

Introduction To Braille Music Transcription (Models 6-75960-00 & 8-75960-00)

Introduction to Braille Music Transcription, models 6-75960-00 & 8-75960-00, by Mary Turner De Garmo, is a manual for teaching braille music transcription for music students and musicians who are blind or have low vision. It is the text used by those studying to become certified music braille transcribers in the U.S. It gives detailed transcribing lessons with examples and exercises. The book is available in a four-volume braille edition (6-75960-00) or a 300-page, one-volume print edition (

Introduction To The Piano For The Blind Student: A Course In Braille Music Reading, Book 1

An Introduction to the Piano for the Blind Student: A Course in Braille Music Reading, Book 1, by Richard Taesch, is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This piano course is designed for the student who already has fundamental knowledge of the braille music code in general. Those who pursue the piano as a primary instrument must develop the skill of playing two parts at one time. Braille music presents music for two hands in bar-over-bar piano

Lots Of Dots: Learning My Abc's (Model 1-10000-00)

Lots of Dots: Learning My ABC's, model 1-10000-00, is a braille alphabet book designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This raised-line coloring book is designed for future large-print and braille readers. It facilitates braille character recognition through repetitive activities designed for young children. Each letter of the alphabet has two pages. The first page features a jumbo braille cell, with six raised-line open circles. The upper and lower case letters are shown w

Mcduffy Reader

The McDuffy Reader is a manual for teaching Braille to adults who are blind or have low vision and who are learning braille. This primer was written by Sharon Duffy. OPTIONS: A teacher's manual is available; the primer and the teacher's manual are both available in braille, large print, and cassette versions.

National Geographic Picture Atlas Of Our Fifty States, Braille Edition (Model 5-87431-00)

The National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our Fifty States, Braille Edition, model 5-87431-00, is a braille and tactile atlas designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This comprehensive atlas has detailed maps and information for each state. There are three maps of each state, including a political map of major cities; a physical map showing mountains, rivers, and other physical features; and a road map showing Interstate and other highways. The atlas is in seven volumes

New International Manual Of Braille Music Notation, Cd-Rom Edition

The New International Manual of Braille Music Notation, CD-ROM Edition, is a manual on braille music for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This CD-ROM includes the full text of the print edition. This reference work, compiled by Bettye Krolick, explains the braille music signs and rules adopted as the international standard by 16 countries in the World Blind Union. The book provides detailed explanations of how specific musical situations are handled in the music braille code. It has

Parent Early Childhood Education Series (Models 7-96200, 7-96201, 5-96201 & 5-96202)

The Parent Early Childhood Education Series is a set of training materials designed to provide instruction for developing critical skills for parents and teachers of children who are visually disabled. It consists of nine activity sheets each of which describes specific techniques parents can use to help their visually disabled child achieve maximum growth in a key developmental area. Activity areas include cognitive skills, communication, eating skills, emotional development, general suggestion

Patterns Reading Program Library Series (6-78300-00, 6-78310-00, 6-78320-00, 6-78330-00, & 6-78340-00)

The Patterns Reading Program Library Series is a collection of braille books designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. Each collection in the series is designed for children who have completed the corresponding level of the Patterns Primary Braille Reading Program (see separate entry). There are 24 braille books in the Pre-primer collection (model 6-78300-00), 27 braille books in the Primer collection (model 6-78310-00), 23 braille books in the First Reader collection (model

Perkins Panda Early Literacy Program

The Perkins Panda Early Literacy Program is a braille instruction kit designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This kit includes materials that help teach fundamental early literacy skills to children with visual impairments and help parents to be more involved in their child’s development. Included in the kit are three packets, each with an interrelated storybook, activity guide, and cassette with songs and new stories to complement the storybooks. In addition, there is a

Portabooks

PortaBooks are braille books formatted as Grade 2 braille files on disk, designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. A variety of titles are available in this format, ranging from A Manual for Living to Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. These books are in a plain braille format, containing only symbols for braille characters, carriage returns, and spaces. They can be read without special software using a braille reading device such as a Bookworm; a notetaker with a brail

Primary Phonics Set 1

Primary Phonics Set 1, by Barbara W. Makar, is a braille reading tutorial program designed for children who are blind or have low vision. It includes ten storybooks, each containing a short story that introduces consonants, various sight words, and short vowels (a, e, i, o, u) as part of the reading experience. The text on each page is presented in large print, grade 1 braille, and grade 2 braille. For students with low vision, there are also illustrations. Each of the ten storybooks is approxim

Primer Of Braille Music (Models 6-01350-00, 8-01350-00, & 8-01360-00)

The Primer of Braille Music, models 6-01350-00, 8-01350-00, and 8-01360-00, by Edward W. Jenkins (1960 with 1971 addendum), is a manual for teaching music braille designed for students who are blind or have low vision. It teaches braille music in 30 lessons with braille music reading exercises. The braille edition (6-01350-00) includes both the original 1960 text and the 1971 addendum. There are separate print editions of the 1960 text (8-01350-00) and the 1971 addendum (8-01360-00).

Seedlings Braille Books For Children

Seedlings Braille Books for Children are braille books designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. A total of over 450 titles are available for children in various age ranges from one to fourteen. Formats include picture books with braille, grade one braille books, grade two braille books with same-page print, and grade two braille-only books. Picture books, generally for pre-schoolers, are standard picture books to which the publishers have added grade one braille on clear pl

Starting Gate Series Set 1 (Models Sgs1, Sgs2, Sgs3, Sgs4, & Sgs5)

The Starting Gate Series Set 1 is a set of five braille books that make up a braille training program designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. This courseware package is designed to be used with the SAL Speech Assisted Learning System (see separate entry). The five books in this series offer students reading below grade level an opportunity to experience success. Each book contains four short stories on contemporary topics that appeal to young people and adults. Starting wi

The Abacus Made Easy: Braille (Model 5-00220-00) & Large Type (Model 4-00100-00)

"The Abacus Made Easy," by Davidow, published in Braille (model 5-00220-00) and large print (model 4-00100-00), is an instruction book on the Cranmer abacus designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision.

The Boy and the Wolf

The Boy and the Wolf is a book designed for children with low vision. The user tactually searches the page for characters, counts and compares similar and different pairs of sheep, and notices differing orientations. The book also introduces a variety of concepts that include: left, right, top, bottom, near, far first, last. Includes storyboard and symbols.

The Bridge To Braille

The Bridge to Braille is a manual for teaching braille to children who are blind or have low vision. It is a step-by-step guide that shows parents and teachers how to help blind children progress from early literacy experiences all the way to full participation in the classroom. Topics include reading and math readiness, braille reading and writing techniques, the Nemeth braille math code, techniques for doing math in braille, literary and textbook format, correcting and editing braille, how to

The Computer Braille Code Made Easy, 3Rd Edition

The Computer Braille Code Made Easy, 3rd edition, is a manual for teaching the braille computer code for individuals who are blind or have low vision. It describes the computer code, one step at a time. Each new concept is clearly explained with ample examples to drive home the point. This third edition includes tips on how to read e-mail and web addresses. OPTIONS: Print or braille.

Touch The Invisible Sky

Touch the Invisible Sky, by Noreen Grice, Simon Steel, and Doris Daou, is a braille, large print, and tactile graphics book designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 60-page book contains color images of nebulae, stars, galaxies, and telescopes. Space images are based on observatons in visible and non-visible wavelengths (radio waves, x-rays, gamma rays, and ultraviolet). Each space image is embossed with transparent lines, bumps, and other textures to define details

Touch The Universe: A Nasa Braille Book Of Astronomy

Touch the Universe: A NASA Braille Book of Astronomy, by Noreen Grice, is a braille science book designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The book includes 14 pages of photos taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, with a combination of Braille and large-print captions on facing pages. The book is embossed with shapes that represent various astronomical objects such as stars, gas clouds, and jets of matter streaming into space. Starting at Earth, it proceeds through the sol

Using The Cranmer Abacus For The Blind (Models 4-27110-00 & 6-50100-00)

"Using the Cranmer Abacus for the Blind," by Gissoni, is a Cranmer abacus instruction book designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is available in a braille edition, no. 6-50100-00, and a large print edition, no. 4-27110-00.

Who's Afraid Of Braille Music?

Who's Afraid of Braille Music? A Short Introduction and Resource Handbook for Parents and Students, by Richard Taesch and William McCann, is a braille music manual designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Available in Braille or print, this book explains the braille system for music notation, and shows how to read, write, play, and sing music in braille. Lessons and assignments are included.

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