Just so stories, [contracted braille] / Published by : American Printing House for the Blind, (Louisville, Ky. :) Physical details: 1 v. of contracted braille. Year: 1966
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|Contracted Braille||W. Ross Macdonald School Library Fiction||Fiction||F KIP (Browse shelf)||Copy: 1 Vol: 1(1)||Available|
How the first law was written -- How the whale got his tiny throat -- How the camel got his hump -- How the rhinoceros got his wrinkley skin -- The beginning of the armadillos -- The cat that walked by himself -- How the leopard got his sports -- How the elephant got his trunk -- The sing-song of old man kangaroo.
Nine short stories, which must always be told "just so," in order that the sleepy child listening will not have to put back missing sentences. The stories are about animals, and many explain possible origins of their features, as How the Leopard Got His Spots.