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Aug 26, 2019

In summer, blind children love to play and read

Dear friends!
Summer is a vacation time for our little readers!
And for the reporting period, we tried to make the vacations of blind children interesting and fun.
Our small team adapted and prepared new books for printing: A. Lindgren, “Peppy Long Stocking,” Agnia Barto, “Poems for the Little Ones,” “Mary Poppins” (in English), “The Cat in the Hat” (in English), Vsevolod Nestayko “Notes of the old clown”, “Zhart bird”, Sergey and Marina Dyachenko “The Adventures of Mariyka Mikhailova”.
We continue to focus on adapting games for blind children. We use parents to adapt games. By the beginning of the school year, blind children will receive the game “Vazhnitsa” adapted in accordance with the principles of universal design in a new, better quality.
Textbooks for grade 4 for students who study inclusively have been prepared and printed.
The German manual “Fabuli” has been adapted and printed.
Thank you so much for your support! Together we make the world of blind children filled with interesting events, games and books

May 29, 2019

To make dreams happen, they must be implemented.

Dear friends!

Your support has allowed us to do a lot of interesting things for blind children during the reporting period.

We adapted for printing on the principles of universal design and printed 10 new books: "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", "The Adventures of Dunno in the Sunny City", "Snegozavr", "Cosmic Adventures of the Cat Mnyauska", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "Ann from the Greens hills, flower of perfection, Conrad or a child out of the box, Crane keys, Socks apart. Our team continues to work with museums and libraries. On May 22, the National Museum of Literature of Ukraine organized an exhibition of books for children with severe visual impairments and donated our books to the museum’s funds, as well as to all exhibitors. We conducted a presentation of the book "Crane keys" by Vladimir Vakulenko. Vladimir Vakulenko has a very difficult fate, he is a participant in the Maidan, took part in an anti-terrorist operation in the Donbas, was seriously wounded, he himself raises a son who has autism. And his poems for children are full of humor and love for children. He dreams that the books of all children's Ukrainian writers are available to all children and children who perceive our world differently as well. And we help him fulfill the dream.

Thanks to your support, our company continues to help blind children who study using the inclusion system.

Textbooks are already being prepared for some of them for the new school year. We took part in the Book Arsenal International Exhibition and received a lot of warm comments. And it is very inspiring. Thank you so much for the support! Without you, we would not be able to do so much for blind children.

Feb 25, 2019

Making dreams come true is great!

Dear friends, we are grateful for your support.

 It's fantastic that you have been interested in our project for several years now and support it.

Your support and desire to make books for blind children accessible has allowed our organization to do serious work.

We have done a lot on the adaptation of books on the principles of universal design. Books have become available for both blind and visually impaired children. The number of our readers during the reporting period has doubled. And their reviews about our books delight.

The true fairy tales inclusive readings have become a real celebration.

More than 50 children read the book together in turn.

And everyone wanted to read at least a line.

During the reporting period, our team adapted more than 10 books in Ukrainian, Russian and English. These are well-known children's books and novelties.

Our games and books aroused great interest in the January 2019 Summit on Universal Design.

We are proud that our readers can read and play on an equal footing with their sighted peers.

In our piggy bank of games, 2 new board educational games appeared: “Legal duel” and “What to do if ...?”. These games are very popular with children.

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