The book 'NERINGA and NAGLIS' will be published soon!
You can be the first one to purchase this book. The circulation of the book is only 300 pieces.
Reading this book with children, you will be able to dive into an extraordinary journey of the senses and travel to a wonderful corner of Lithuania - the Curonian Spit, surrounded by golden dunes, pine forests, and the shores of the Baltic Sea and lagoon. In this story, the main character Evaldukas hears from his grandfather a peculiar version of the legend about the love of Neringa and Naglis, which reflects the greatness of nature of this region, the life of fishermen, their customs, life, mutual relations. The book 'Neringa and Naglis' is special in that it is adapted for the blind as well: it is printed both in the usual for sighted and in Braille, as well as supplemented with relief illustrations. Together with the family, you will not only be able to read the story about the Neringa region written by Viktoras Miliunas, but also see, touch and feel the illustrations of the book as the book artist Reinoldas Kelpša can feel, who has not seen it from birth.
Books and educational programs change the attitudes of sighted children towards people with disabilities as well as develop children's empathy, tolerance, and moral values. It is a unique book that develops children's sense of touch, a form of play that helps to get to know the world of the blind and encourages adults to talk with their children about different people.
BOOKS BRING CHILDREN CLOSER TOGETHER
Interactive books are for all children. It can be read with different senses: sight, touch, hearing, smell. Our books can be read by the visually impaired and the blind, it is printed in sight and Braille, with audio text, illustrations - visible and embossed as well as perceived by touch. Some tales even have their own scents.
FOR BLIND AND
We enable the visually impaired to read the same books as sighted does. By implementing social projects, we open up the artistic talents of blind and partially sighted children and youth as well as we encouraging society to contribute to reducing the exclusion of blind people.