Fill your child’s Easter holidays with fun, adventure, rhyme, and learning with our top pick of Easter-themed tactile books for blind children.
We have to include a book about an egg! Little Lumpty lives in Dumpty and dreams of following in the footsteps of the famous Humpty and climbing the high wall. One day he gets a ladder and climbs but things don’t go exactly as he hoped…
This lovely picture book for children aged 5 -7 years features hand-painted ‘feely’ images, braille in UEB grade 1 or 2, and an audio guide to every picture in the book.
The perfect book to enjoy as spring flowers bloom. Mole’s friend, Vole, takes him on a walk through the bluebell woods. Mole had thought he’d never know the beauty of the sunrise but Vole, and his other friends, bring it alive by describing it to him. A beautifully written and illustrated book, your little one will love exploring the hand-painted tactile pictures of Mole and his cosy home.
A humorous tale for older children (7-11 years) about life in the Colossal Duck factory. Here a steady supply of ducks is hatched, destined for the plates of hungry alligators. One day an alligator working in the factory befriends a duck and takes him home. How can such a friendship survive in an alligator-eat-duck world!