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|Tipo de material:||Ficción, Público juvenil, Kit|
|Tipo de documento:||Material visual, Libro/Texto|
|Todos autores / colaboradores:||
Robert Lawson; Sarah Perlman; Munro Leaf
|Notas:||Book: The story of Ferdinand / by Munro Leaf ; drawings by Robert Lawson. New York : Puffin Books, 1977.
Book transcribed into braille.
"The Connecticut Children's Museum makes custom-made, tactual TEXTured Literacy Project© Story Kits for children who are blind or visually impaired. These boxes are individually designed and produced by the Connecticut Children's Museum, Inc. under the name the TEXTured Literacy Project© ... The Story Kit contains a high-quality children's picture book that has been transcribed into Braille, or a print book, depending on the needs of the child. Included is a specially-selected collection of real objects and interactive activity items that illustrate the concepts and give dimension to the story line of the book. Some kits also contain a custom-recorded CD with sound effects from the story."--Connecticut Children's Museum web site.
Kit was designed by Sarah Perlman for her Girl Scout Gold Award project.
|Descripción:||1 book (1 volume : color illustrations ; 20 x 25 cm), 1 audio disc (4 3/4 in.); 1 cork roll, 1 red sombrero, 1 bee finger puppet, 1 child sized red cap, 1 stuffed bull, 1 cowbell, 2 bouquets of silk flowers ; in container 22 x 33 x 28 cm.|
|Título de la serie:||TEXTured literacy project.|