"Brings something very new to mainstream children's book publishing [...] A valuable new addition to the children's book landscape, this represents part of a rare breed of books that have clearly worked in close partnership with visual impairment experts to ensure that all blind and partially sighted readers are awarded full inclusion"
"There is a real gap in the market for this type of resource, and the series is an exciting way to introduce younger children to reading and interpreting tactile diagrams [...] There is text alongside the braille. This is a fantastic support for parents, who may not read braille, and will allow them to read along with their children and to encourage young readers at home [...] a great resource for blind and visually impaired pupils"
Discover cool cars, terrific trucks, and super ships in this wonderful guide to vehicles for young Braille readers.
A 30-page tactile reference book, DK Braille On the Move features entries on a fascinating selection of vehicles, from cranes and cars to helicopters and even monster trucks!
What is the use of tractors and ploughs? How does a hot air balloon rise up? Why do submarines use sonar equipment? Find the answers to these and many more questions on every page.
Entries are written in both Braille and large print to allow readers the opportunity to learn all there is to know about common vehicles, including their makes and their functions. The entries are accompanied by large, embossed, and fully annotated illustrations. A fun quiz towards the end helps readers assess their progress and revise key learnings.
Fully endorsed by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), DK Braille On The Move is a wonderful way for curious children to explore everything that drives, glides, ploughs, and flies.