The famous National Geographic magazine is now in braille
The National Braille Press in Boston has made the first-ever braille edition of National Geographic for Kids.
The Magazine’s first braille issue is being printed and will be delivered to 3,500 kids across the country.
The magazine was created with a lot of love and hard work as it was difficult to put pictures and layers in the magazine to make it fun and interesting for the blind readers.
The magazine has lots of games and fun activities. It will bring a sense of adventure to children with visual impairments.
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