Something special, [print braille] /
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Copy number||Status||Notes||Date due||Barcode|
|Print Braille||W. Ross Macdonald School Library Children's Area||Fiction||E WRI (Browse shelf (Opens below))||Copy: 1 Vol: 1(1)||Checked out||Single-sided braille. Double-spaced braille. Includes tactile illustrations.||06/17/2019||2018-0392|
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|E WRI Gobs and gobs of gum||E WRI Roly-poly man||E WRI That terrible awful day||E WRI Something special||E WYN Zoom at sea||E YAM What do you do with an idea? /||E YAN Hannah is my name /|
Featuring real objects on its pages, this story recounts a young child's search for his special possession, lost on a trip to Grandmother's house. Concepts introduced include: in, out, on, under, searching for a lost item.
For primary school students.
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