- Survey for B/VI folks on Body Movement
- TVI or future TVI looking for a summer gig? The NFB’s BELL Program may have the opportunity for you!
- Help test/develop a B/VI employment app
- NFB Twitter Chat TODAY on Web Accessibility!
- Participants Needed: Contrast’s impact on VI peoples’ perception of the environment
Category Archives: Books
I love Seedlings: their Book Angel program, among others, has been life-changing for our family. I am delighted to share today’s From the Mailbag–a SEEDLINGS GIVEAWAY for older kids!! This is quick and easy to do–you only need to snap a … Continue reading
It’s been a few years since I wrote about the Braille Institute’s Special Collection program, and at the time, Peanut was fairly new at Braille. Now that he’s completed his first Braille Challenge, and I just got the Winter 2018 … Continue reading
Sprout’s current absolute favorite book–I’ve read it at least 20 times now, most of those in a row, since we checked it out on Saturday–is Jan Thomas’ Can You Make a Scary Face? The book features a brightly-colored lady bug … Continue reading
On a recent library trip, we found a wonderful, high-contrast story celebrating dads and their little guys or gals: Mighty Dads, by Joan Holub, pictures by James Dean. If your child loves Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site, he or she will … Continue reading
It may go without saying, but I’m a huge fan of Eric Carle. Even before I sought out children’s books with brightly colored, high-contrast illustrations, Carle’s tissue-paper creations had a warm place in my heart. I grew up with The … Continue reading
From the mailbag: Image Blocked We are celebrating 30 years of service by giving you a gift: 30% off all of our braille books during the month of July! Thirty years ago, Seedlings Braille Books for Children was born in the … Continue reading
Every child should enjoy the gift of reading and the pleasure of his or her own library. Seedlings, through their Book Angel program, helps parents of blind/visually impaired children build their braille and twin vision libraries by giving B/VI children … Continue reading
I saw Gone Reading profiled on the 101 Books blog and thought it’s a rather clever idea for a charity. Essentially, 100% of the profits Gone Reading makes from your purchases goes to reading-related charities. Admittedly, the charities aren’t geared … Continue reading
This past August, I finally did the unthinkable: I joined Facebook. Efrit and I were getting ready for our second year of GISHWHES, I was starting a social media project at work, and I finally caved in and created an … Continue reading