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This is a Children's Interactive Storybook App fromThoughtfulChildrensBooks.com with a theme about children withspecial needs. It is about understanding Blindness and learning tobe thoughtful with all friends, even those with special needs suchas blindness. The story is interactive. Touch the words to have thestory read to you. Then touch everything else on the screen andsome fun actions and sounds start to happen. You will have funthroughout the story. In the story, Adam is a best friend to Blake.Adam and Blake get to play together when their moms visit. Theyhave many adventures like going to the park and riding on the PlayFire Truck for kids. Blake's mom explains to Adam that Blake isblind. But that is pretty hard for him to understand. Adam shutshis eyes and imagines different situations discovering what itwould be like to be blind. He finds that, like Blake, he has to usetouch, sound, smell and taste to learn about things he cannot see.He and Blake have fun figuring out what clues Adam needs todiscover things he cannot see with his eyes closed. Adam soonlearns that an unusual bump without warning would scare anyone whocannot see. It might even be a dinosaur! Adam decides that if he isa best friend to Blake he should help him understand everythinggoing on around him. Adam also learns how to approach Blake and lethim know who he is and what he might be bringing to share. They caneven enjoy something new like a visit to a dinosaur park. As Adamtalks this over with his mom, she complements him on being"thoughtful" which is a very good thing to learn as you grow up.Adam then tells Blake's mom all about how he intends to have greattimes with Blake. The story ends as it is revealed that Adam andBlake are real kids that are real best friends living in Texas. Theauthor/illustrator Judy K Johnson wishes to thank Catch Thompson,her grandson, for narrating the story. Blake is also her realgrandson and she thanks him and his real best friend Adam forliving her story. Go to the author's website for more stories andapps about real special needs children and their friends. Theauthor also will custom create a storybook for children withspecial needs. See the website for more details.ThoughtfulChildrensBooks.com

App Information What Is It Like To Be Blind?

  • App Name
    What Is It Like To Be Blind?
  • Package Name
    com.moglue.ub871101e5ba411e29e2bfefd42e436a3
  • Updated
    January 11, 2013
  • File Size
    31M
  • Requires Android
    Android 2.3.3 and up
  • Version
    1.0.0
  • Developer
    Judith K. Johnson
  • Installs
    5+
  • Price
    $1.99
  • Category
    Books & Reference
  • Developer
    Judith K. Johnson PO Box 189 Leona, TX 75850
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What Is It Like To Be Blind? 1.0.0 APK
This is a Children's Interactive Storybook App fromThoughtfulChildrensBooks.com with a theme about children withspecial needs. It is about understanding Blindness and learning tobe thoughtful with all friends, even those with special needs suchas blindness. The story is interactive. Touch the words to have thestory read to you. Then touch everything else on the screen andsome fun actions and sounds start to happen. You will have funthroughout the story. In the story, Adam is a best friend to Blake.Adam and Blake get to play together when their moms visit. Theyhave many adventures like going to the park and riding on the PlayFire Truck for kids. Blake's mom explains to Adam that Blake isblind. But that is pretty hard for him to understand. Adam shutshis eyes and imagines different situations discovering what itwould be like to be blind. He finds that, like Blake, he has to usetouch, sound, smell and taste to learn about things he cannot see.He and Blake have fun figuring out what clues Adam needs todiscover things he cannot see with his eyes closed. Adam soonlearns that an unusual bump without warning would scare anyone whocannot see. It might even be a dinosaur! Adam decides that if he isa best friend to Blake he should help him understand everythinggoing on around him. Adam also learns how to approach Blake and lethim know who he is and what he might be bringing to share. They caneven enjoy something new like a visit to a dinosaur park. As Adamtalks this over with his mom, she complements him on being"thoughtful" which is a very good thing to learn as you grow up.Adam then tells Blake's mom all about how he intends to have greattimes with Blake. The story ends as it is revealed that Adam andBlake are real kids that are real best friends living in Texas. Theauthor/illustrator Judy K Johnson wishes to thank Catch Thompson,her grandson, for narrating the story. Blake is also her realgrandson and she thanks him and his real best friend Adam forliving her story. Go to the author's website for more stories andapps about real special needs children and their friends. Theauthor also will custom create a storybook for children withspecial needs. See the website for more details.ThoughtfulChildrensBooks.com
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