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Louis Braille a Blind Boy Invents Braille by Jakob Streit


Who was Louis Braille? Blinded as a child, he went on to invent the Braille writing system at just sixteen years old. In this book for children, Jakob Streit has formed an image of the life of a boy who, through his warmth, zest for life, and firm resolve, became a gift to all those around him and who, through persistent study and research, was finally able to produce the greatest gift to the blind people of the world: a writing system they could read with their hands.

Waldorf Publications
Full color
104 pages
6x9 inches