Print-and-braille picture books are a wonderful way to introduce braille to blind or visually impaired children.
Children with low vision are a diverse group of readers. Some benefit from large print; others from high contrast. When it comes to picture books, where the meanings of stories usually depend on illustrations, how can we help children with low vision? High-contrast, visually simple picture books are a good place to start. My Bike […]
Banned Books Week begins with Nasreen’s Secret School. In this inspiring true story, Nasreen attends a school for girls when education is forbidden to women in Afghanistan.
Picture books are not just for kids. They are multifaceted and at the forefront of—and sometimes precede—social change.