Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Now I See What You See

tactile graphics of insect and bird

Lisa Green has created a tactile picture book with some braille.  According to her website, Now I See What You See, "the purpose of the book is assist children who are blind with enhancing their education through art and reading. To expand general world experiences of children who are blind by helping them to 'see' pictures and art. To provide alternatives for people who 'see' by touching."  The cost of the book is $29.00, plus sales tax, shipping and handling.

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Now I see what you see tactile book

Posted by Hanna Shank

Posted on September 13, 2013
Updated on: February 8, 2018

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Charlotte@Perkins commented on October 24, 2013

Hannah,

I am sorry to hear that you have had difficulties getting this book.   We try to list a variety of products on this site so that people can find out about what exists, but we do not endorse any particular products.

Charlotte Cushman
Site Manager

Hanna Shank commented on October 23, 2013

I ordered this book and 2 months later I still have not received it. The number provided for the book is a wrong number. I would not tell people to order this book. I am out $37 and really disappointed. was really looking forward to sharing this book with my daughter.