Madison, WI: Carqueville/TCR, (1992). First edition. Spiral bound. Near fine. Item #21522 .
Folio. Spiral bound wraps. 27pp. Yellow heavy Gilbert paper covers, blue endpapers, white text. Printed in black and red and embossed in Braille. The story of an arrow who take both the sighted and the blind through an alphabet of shapes. The Braille text is embossed under the printed text, and the illustrated shapes are embossed in outline.
Tiny closed marginal tear on rear cover else a fine copy.
The author, a Tucson teacher of the blind, created this book after hearing her students dream of a book with pictures. It has been acclaimed as the first alphabet for the blind that can be totally understood tactually.