Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented Books For The Blind (Scholastic Biography)

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There is than one author with this nameMargaret Davidson grew up in New York City As a child, she always loved to read.She has written many biographies, true stories about people s lives Some famous people she has written biographies about are Helen Keller, Annie Sullivan, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Golda Meir.

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  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented Books For The Blind (Scholastic Biography)
  • Margaret Davidson
  • English
  • 16 November 2019
  • 9780590443500

10 thoughts on “Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented Books For The Blind (Scholastic Biography)

  1. says:

    I read this book during primary school, remembered loving it and now it s on the list for my daughters to read, love that books go full circle Think it s time to re read after glancing at other reviews.

  2. says:

    I read this for Willa s book club and found it to be much fun than I thought it would be There is a certain value in reading a book that the authors have made an effort to write in clear and simple terms for an audience of children And many biographies may be better that way anyway I m much interested in the quick take of Louis Braille than the academic delving of historians that care too much about minutiae.

  3. says:

    This is a very short book telling about the extraordinary and short life of Louis Braille, the developer of the reading system for the blind He came up with the ultimate in finger pad reading at the age of 15 much to the chagrin of all the adults around him Inspiring story.

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    I liked it I know who he is and what he did for the Blind but not his story and how he created the Braille He faced a lot of tragedy and rejections in life But he never gives up because of his passion for reading.

  6. says:

    An Eye Opening Book on a Boy Who Taught the World a New Way to See Having read several of Margaret Davidson s books, I admit I have a certain brand loyalty, an admiration for her writing I heartily recommend anything by Ms Davidson, and this little book is no exception As with her biography on Thomas A Edison, the subject of this book had to overcome great obstacles As Ms Davidson points out, the blind and the deaf, for that matter were often not considered able to be taught Young Louis was fortunate to have a very understanding father, who was able to find an opportunity for his son at a larger school in Paris There, he flourished, his young mind not only able to absorb learning, but also apply it At twelve, he would start to create the alphabet that still bears his name This is the story of this world famous alphabet and the boy who invented it Margaret Davidson treats her subject and audience with great respect and tells his story in the sympathetic way for which she is known Children can learn a lot from reading the biographies of people who led noteworthy, if not extraordinary lives This sentiment holds especially true for this wonderful little book, where the subject is both someone who was able to use his gifts to overcome harsh obstacles and an example of how adults can learn from the children they teach.

  7. says:

    Really awesome book Very short and meant for elementary school students, it glosses over Louis Braille s life quickly, but easily understandable I think the best part of this book is the back cover has the braille alphabet punched out next to the actual printed alphabet.I really want to find a in depth book, but this was a fantastic start I am 21 and enjoyed this book I recommend it for anyone who wants to learn a little about the origins of the Braille alphabet Read in 30 minutes, learned a lot

  8. says:

    I loved learning about Louis Braille what an amazing child , and can t wait to share his story with my kids What a great reminder that nothing is impossible, and that you can do anything that you want to, even if you are young, at a disadvantage socially physically, or with whatever your circumstances throw at you.

  9. says:

    I think this book was a great non fiction text It had so very emotional parts, but that is what books are for.I would request this book to anyone who would like to read it

  10. says:

    This is the Scholastic book about Louis Braille who became blind through an accident when he was only three years old He was so eager to learn and dearly wanted to read, so the parish priest found a way for him to go to school in their village, and then on to the Royal Institute of Blind Youth in Paris.Louis struggled to invent a method of reading that would be easy to learn and reproduce, but was opposed by people s lack of support in money and interest in his idea, and by jealousy and disbelief This story is well told, and shows that through his determination and refusal to give up, Louis Braille s invention of an alphabet for the blind before his early death has made a huge difference to the world.

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