Do You Remember the Colour Blu
Children are often curious about blindness, but are told that it is impolite to pose their questions to a blind person. Not so, says Sally Hobart Alexander, who lost her sight at the age of twenty-six. In this informative book, illustrated with photos of Sally and her family, the author answers thirteen thought-provoking questions that children have asked her, for example, "If your eyes don't see, do they work at all?" "How do you write?" and "Has being blind changed you?" "This book is sure to interest young people curious about how the blind interact with their world." ("Booklist") "A witty, wise, inspiring book." ("Kirkus Reviews," pointer review)
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- Paperback | 80 pages
- 184.15 x 234.95 x 6.35mm | 208.65g
- 18 Mar 2002
- Penguin Books Australia
- Hawthorn, Australia
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