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Posted May 9, 2009
A book my students love to revisit
The students were fascinated by illustrations they could feel instead of view. The book lends itself to lively read alouds and discussion. Be prepared to hold the book out or walk around the room, so children can feel the pictures. Discussion can center around visual impairment, or the text can be used to introduce simili. The book inspires many literature response activities. While this book is great for introducing braile to seeing children, it was not designed to accomodate the visually impaired. This is a big problem for an otherwise excellent book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.