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Do You Remember the Color Blue?

by Sally Hobart Alexander
"How did you become blind? How does your dog work?" Sally addresses several aspects of blindness by answering 13 questions that children have asked her. 89 pages, Ages 9 & up

Item Number: 538
Category:Nonfiction & Biographies in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $12.50
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5This book contains interesting insights as to how blind people function in a sighted world, e.g. accessing information through Braille, talking books, or the Optacon (optical-tactile converter), traveling with a cane or guide dogs, cooking, choosing clothes, and much else. She even discusses her visit to a school for deaf kids and whether it's better to be blind or deaf, and the effect of blindness on her religious faith (increasing it) and that of her loved ones (the opposite effect).
2011-08-24

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