Louis Braille is known today as one of the most celebrated people in history. Although the work of many others contributed to his accomplishment, Louis Braille's invention of a tactile six-dot reading and writing system revolutionized the way blind people perceive and contribute to the world. Before his invention, Louis was an intelligent boy who was determined to learn. He overcame many challenges, including learning how to live in a world full of darkness because he was blind. He didn't let anything stop him, and his determination to read led to his invention of "Braille", which continues to exist today as the universal reading system for the blind. Explore how Louis Braille went from being a young boy growing up in Northern France to a famous inventor.
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Great series - Intro to Paris
Looking for a way to introduce your students to Paris via a story? Like cute little rodents? Novice students need lots of input and repetition and a glossary to help them out? Look no further. There's definitely a bit of repetitiveness in these books but the storyline and curiosity about what happens to Rhumus keeps you reading. The author is very capable and has come up with yet another creative storyline that gets students reading. I particularly liked the 2nd book which had me hooked in wanting to know how the building frustration of the rats would resolve. You won't want to miss adding these titles to your classroom library!
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