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The Hare and The Tortoise


This new version of the classic tale, The Hare and The Tortoise, explores simple raised outline illustrations supported by Braille script for the visually impaired community to narrate the whole story. The story revolves around a speedy Hare who bragged about how fast he could run. Tired of hearing him boast, the Tortoise, challenged him to a race. Read on the story and find out who wins the race in the end and how?

  • Spiral-bound: 11 pages
  • Publisher: Beyond Braille; 1 edition (2019)
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 0.5 x 15 cm

Designed for the visually impaired, The Hare and The Tortoise braille book help the community to learn alphabets and numbers in hindi language since the childhood in a simpler way with the help of braille text. The illustrations are designed in a manner such that the illustrations can be comprehended by the visually impaired person with the help of the fingertips. With an opportunity to feel the true shapes of objects/figures in the pictures, these tactile braille materials and resources help improve their learning, speed and efficiency.

Our brand offers tactile picture braille books, materials and resources supported by braille script, making it accessible and inclusive for the visually impaired community, thereby going one step beyond braille. With every storybook we create for the visually impaired community like The Hare and The Tortoise braille book, the designs are conceptualised considering the tactile understanding. 

The idea of illustrated tactile picture books is an exclusively patent protected innovation concept designed for the visually impaired community. We encourage the concept of oneness in our services, like our books supports all languages, colors, braille, scripts as per the requirement, taking a step further towards inclusion. These materials can be jointly read by both, sighted and non-sighted, with an option of general text, we give an option to all types of readers to comprehend the pictures and text respectively from the same book, material or resource. 

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