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Louis Braille: The Blind Boy Who Wanted to Read

Louis Braille: The Blind Boy Who Wanted to Read

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by Dennis Fradin, illustrated by Robert Sauber.

Copyright 1997.

The true story of a blind French boy who invented what is now the world's most popular reading and writing system for the blind when he was only 15. (from cover page description)

Louis Braille has an inspirational story indeed! This picture book biography is written with a lot of text and great illustrations!

Please note picture depicting the childhood accident that led to his blindness. May be difficult for sensitive readers.

Hardcover with dust jacket and mylar cover in good used condition. Please note faint "old book" scent. Former library copy with library stamps, stickers, discard markings, and card envelope.

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