Louis Braille: Bringer of Hope to the Blind
G. Stevens Children's Books, Jan 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 68 pages
The life of the nineteenth-century Frenchman, accidentally blinded as a child, who originated the raised dot system of reading and writing used by the blind throughout the world.
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