The aim of this study was to create an audio-tactile narrative book for blind children and to assess the role that auditory stimulation played in the feeling of pleasure in a blind child reader.
We first explain the features of the audio-tactile book and second we report interviews with 4 blind readers.
Our methodology was qualitative and showed that these children felt the greatest pleasure when both tactile and audio elements were present in the book.
Sarah Partow, Islamic Azad University, Iran
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