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What is it like to be blind?

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People who are blind learn ways to use their senses of touch and hearing in order to sense the world around them. Read about the tools they use, including canes and seeing eye dogs, to travel and to be independent. First-hand stories of children who are blind help readers get a personal look at some kids who see the world in a different way.
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Grouped Work ID 07ab98ea-e0be-9891-e651-fada99590aeb
Full title what is it like to be blind
Author kent deborah
Grouping Category book
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display_description "Follows the everyday lives of several blind school children, describing how they use Braille to read, how they use their other senses to navigate their environment, what they do for fun, and how being blind does not stop them from pursuing their dreams"--Provided by publisher.
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series Overcoming barriers
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subject_facet Blind, Blind -- Books and reading, Blind children, Blind. -- Books and reading, Braille, Children, Blind, Guide dogs, People with disabilities, Teaching, Teaching -- Aids and devices
title_display What is it like to be blind?
title_full What Is It Like to Be Blind?, What is it like to be blind? / Deborah Kent
title_short What is it like to be blind?
topic_facet Aids and devices, Blind, Blind children, Books and reading, Braille, Children, Blind, Guide dogs, Health & Fitness, Juvenile Nonfiction, People with disabilities, Teaching