Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented the Alphabet for the Blind by Calista Plummer

Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented the Alphabet for the Blind

byCalista Plummer

Kobo ebook | May 30, 2013

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In 1809, Simon-Rene and Monique Braille lived in a small town in France. The town of Coupvray was 25 miles (40 km) outside Paris.
Life was good for the family. Simon worked as a harness maker and leatherer. He made many items out of leather, including harnesses and saddles for horses, leather slippers and shoes, and leather satchels. Simon was well known in the town, and his work supported his wife and three children, two girls and a boy.
On January 4, 1809, the new year brought the family a new baby boy. They named him Louis.

Find out how Louis Braille lost his sight, and how he invented an alphabet that helped all blind children to read in this fun 15-minute biography.

Ages 8 and up.

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Title:Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented the Alphabet for the BlindFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 30, 2013Publisher:LearningIsland.comLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1301030384

ISBN - 13:9781301030385

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