Louis Braille inventor

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Published 2010
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Summary:

Recounts the life of Louis Braille who, at fifteen, created a system of raised dots that allows blind persons to read and write. Describes Louis's childhood, the accident that caused his blindness, the support he received from his family, and his education, which led to his creation of the braille alphabet. Junior and senior high school readers. 1994.

ISBN:
9780616532522
Edition:
Computer data (48 files : 42.1 mb).
Description:
(3 hrs., 2 min.) : sound.
digital Digital recording
Notes:
Search and access by headings.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Restricted to use by people with documented print impairment.
Janis Gray.
Audio and text.
Washington, DC : Library of Congress, NLS/BPH (Louisville, Ky. : American Printing House for the Blind), 1999.
New York : Chelsea House, c1994. 0791020908 0791020770
DAISY 2.02 standard; MP3 compression at 32 kbps.
Analogue to digital.
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1994
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