Louis Braille : The Blind French Boy Whose Invention Has Helped Millions of Blind People to Read

By: Birch, Beverley

Price: $10.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fine


"Louis Braille" is another book in the "People Who have Helped the World" series. This series, which covers the lives of leading humanitarians, peacemakers and conservationists is aimed at young people between the ages of 11 and 14. The books are designed to give children greater awareness and knowledge of the people who have made a major contribution to the world around them. "Louis Braille" is a lively and concise biography of the thirteen-year-old blind boy who invented Braille, the simple system of raised dots, which has enabled millions of blind people all over the world to read. Braille is now the international alphabet of the blind and this book follows the determination and belief behind the person who invented it. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; ISBN: 1850151393. ISBN/EAN: 9781850151395. Inventory No: 09100238. Hardcover

Title: Louis Braille : The Blind French Boy Whose Invention Has Helped Millions of Blind People to Read

Author: Birch, Beverley

Categories: Biography & Autobiography,

Publisher: UK, Exley: 1990

ISBN Number: 1850151393

ISBN Number 13: 9781850151395

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

kg: 0.28 kg

Seller ID: 09100238

Keywords: BZDB5 Biography & Autobiography; Louis Braille : The Blind French Boy Whose Invention Has Helped Millions of Blind People to Read Hardcover,