Six Dots: A Story of Young Louis Braille
When Louis Braille was 5 years old, an accident in his Papa’s shop left him completely blind. With the support of his family, Louis slowly began to realize that there was more to life than what he couldn’t see. Determined to learn how to read, he went to a school for the blind where he created an alphabet so blind people could read and write. This invention changed the world forever. His world that was once dark, became full of light and hope.
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