Braille encyclopaedia gives visually-impaired children access to knowledge

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The Independent Online
Martin Melus, 13, of Trinity High School, Greenlays, Manchester, examining one of the 59 volumes of the Oxford Children's Encyclopaedia produced in braille, at the National Library for the Blind in nearby Stockport. It is the first set published since 1940.

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