[nobe-l] designing and creating a print/braill and tactilechildren's book.

Marianne mdenning at cinci.rr.com
Fri Sep 25 11:13:43 UTC 2009

You need the print book and some clear plastic that you can braille on and 
stick to the book.  The best I have found is sold by APH but you can get by 
with purchasing it at an office supply store.  If you want to make something 
that is fuzzy as a tactile graphic go to a fabric store to find what you 
need.  You could also make tactile graphics with puffy paint or some other 
similar substance.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Melissa Green" <graduate56 at juno.com>
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tactilechildren's book.

> Hello all.
> I have a project for my diversity and the family class.  The project is to 
> design a children's book.  I am going to design a braille/print and 
> tactile book.  I was wondering how to go about this.  What materials would 
> be needed, etc etc.
> I have the story idea in mind.
> Melissa Green
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