<<<<< >>>>


close

<<<<< >>>>


Chetana

The Chetana Charitable Trust Accessible Books Library is for young children who have impairments that make accessing typical commercially available storybook difficult. We currently have storybooks suitable for children up to the age of 10 and deliverwithin Chennai city. Our stock of adapted books is possible through donations of books, time, creativity, and talent of many people and organizations of this city and far beyond. This library is a work in progress and the books will be chosen and created based on your usage and preferences.
Interested in our library? Email us at library@chetana.org.in so we can see if our books will benefit you and your child.

You can learn more about what we do by visiting our website - http://www.chetana.org.in/

Items 91 to 120 of 175 total

per page
Page:
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6

Set Descending Direction
  1. I like to walk with my Father

    I like to walk with my Father

    Author: Cherubina Deepika

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Tactile

    A descriptive story of the walks a little child goes on with his father. Described with adjectives aplenty, the tactile illustrations supporting it, this is an engaging read for all kids especially those with vision impairment.
    Included: A pair of tiny shoes
  2. I love to sleep

    I love to sleep

    Checked out

    Author: J ' Aime Dormir , Me Encanta Dormir

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Tactile

    I love to sleep is an interactive touch-and-feel board book for the smallest of sleepers designed with a dozen different textures for small fingers to explore.
  3. I was a class 2 werewolf

    I was a class 2 werewolf

    Author: Daniel Pinkwater

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

    Image: Pictures

    Have you wondered what it feels like to turn into a wereworlf? Lawrence was about to find out!
  4. I was dusting and I found . . . . .

    I was dusting and I found . . . . .

    Author: Chetana

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Tactile

    What insects would you encounter as you dust your room? A fun, tactile book that will ecourage young kids to explore as they read.
  5. I went walking

    I went walking

    Author: Sue Williams

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Pictures, Tactile

    A young boy's exciting adventure begins with a menagerie of colorful animals. and by the end of his walk, he has a zany parade following him.
  6. Just a Bad Day

    Just a Bad Day

    Checked out

    Author: Mercer Mayer

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

    Image:

    It's a rainy day and things keep going wrong but Little Critter finds out that even the worst day can always change for the better.
  7. Kanna Panna

    Kanna Panna

    Checked out

    Author: Zai Whitaker

    Text: Braille - Grade 2

    Image:

    When the lights go off at the cave temples, it is quiet little Kanna who coolly leads everyone to safety. Light or no light, it makes no difference because he can't see anyway. A joyous story that inverts the notion of ‘disability' and portrays a child for whom having a visual impairment is just the way he is — and even a chance to have some fun!
    Includes a print book
  8. Kanna Panna - Tamil

    Kanna Panna - Tamil

    Author: Zai Whitaker

    Text: Braille - Grade 1

    Image:

    When the lights go off at the cave temples, it is quiet little Kanna who coolly leads everyone to safety. Light or no light, it makes no difference because he can't see anyway. A joyous story that inverts the notion of ‘disability' and portrays a child for whom having a visual impairment is just the way he is — and even a chance to have some fun!
  9. Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie

    Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie

    Author: Peter and Connie Roop

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

    Image:

    A touching, true story about a brave little girl who kept two lighthouses running while her father was kept away by a storm.
  10. Kittens

    Kittens

    Author: Don L Curry

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

    Image: Pictures, Tactile

  11. Line and Circle

    Line and Circle

    Author: Radhika Menon

    Text: Audio, Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Tactile

    This book children to recognise forms through lines and circles and observe them in the world around. As the two forms come together to create various images, the narrative builds on the concept to make an interesting story. The tactiled illustrations give access to the child with vision impairment to touch and feel the shapes and its coming together.
    Included: Audio tape/CD and instruction sheet
  12. Lines and Rhymes/Vers Pa Tvers

    Lines and Rhymes/Vers Pa Tvers

    Author: Anette Diesen

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Large Print

    Image: Tactile

    Combine rhyming poetry with little inbuilt activities for the child to do, manipulate, play and engage with, you have this delightful book designed so designed aesthetically allowing most visual and tactual access for children who are blind and with low vision...
  13. Little white fish/ Kleiner Weißer Fish

    Little white fish/ Kleiner Weißer Fish

    Checked out

    Author: Guido Van Genechten

    Text: Print

    Image: Pictures

    A story of a fish who asks all his colourful underwater friends for help to find his mother. The clear colourful illustrations are sure to capture the child's fancy and visual attention.
    Language - German
  14. Look the Moon

    Look the Moon

    Author: Sandhya Rao

    Text: Audio, Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Tactile, Story Objects

    Children will find their fingers drawn to this book, a magical blend of colours and textures as they escape into the night sky and see the moon grow.
  15. Look the Moon/ Atho Paar Nila

    Look the Moon/ Atho Paar Nila

    Author: Sandhya Rao

    Text: Audio, Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Tactile, Story Objects

    Children will find their fingers drawn to this book, a magical blend of colours and textures as they escape into the night sky and see the moon grow...
  16. More spaghetti, I say!

    More spaghetti, I say!

    Author: Rita Golden Gelman

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

    Image:

    Freddy tries to get Minnie to play with him but Minnie is too busy eating her spaghetti. A fast-paced rhyming story with quick dialogue exchanges and a surprise ending make this a fun book for children.
  17. Muttaiyil Enna Irruku

    Muttaiyil Enna Irruku

    Author: Michelle Thevasagayam

    Text: Braille - Grade 1

    Image: Tactile

    With very simple and clear illustrations, the book explores each step as an egg cracks open to reveal…. A little fluffy chick. Perfect for children just beginning to learn to get information using their fingers.
  18. My fuzzy safari babies

    My fuzzy safari babies

    Author: Tad Hills

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Pictures

    There are many soft, fuzzy baby animals waiting to meet you. Each safari animals feel different. Tickle and touch each adorable one.
  19. My Mother's Sari

    My Mother's Sari

    Author: Sandhya Rao

    Text: Audio, Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Story Objects

    The sari Mother wears everyday is sometimes a train, a river, a swing or a hiding place. Children have a way of seeing of seeing and feeling things differently.
    Included: A half sari, audio tape/CD and instruction sheet
  20. My Mother's Sari/ En Ammavin Selai

    My Mother's Sari/ En Ammavin Selai

    Author: Sandhya Rao

    Text: Audio, Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Story Objects

    The sari Mother wears everyday is sometimes a train, a river, a swing or a hiding place. Children have a way of seeing of seeing and feeling things differently.
    Included: A half sari, audio tape/CD and instruction sheet
  21. N-O Spells No

    N-O Spells No

    Author: Teddy Slater

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

    Image:

    A mother patiently finds a way to get her contrary daughter to agree with her.
  22. Nate the Great and the Snowy Trail

    Nate the Great and the Snowy Trail

    Author: Marjorie Weinman Sharmat

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

    Image:

    A story about a detective and his quest to find the early birthday present that his strange friend, Rosamund, got him.
  23. Neem, the grumpy tree

    Neem, the grumpy tree

    Checked out

    Author: Marie

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Tactile

    Adapted for the beginning reader, this story helps children appreciate the many gifts of the neem
  24. New York's Bravest

    New York's Bravest

    Author: New York's Bravest

    Text: Braille - Grade 2

    Image:

    Mary Pope Osborne (of Magic Tree House fame) honors the 343 firefighters who died on September 11 by retelling a 19th-century legend about another heroic NYC blaze battler.
  25. No Star Nights

    No Star Nights

    Author: Anna Egan Smucker

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image:

    Everyone's dad worked in the mill in this vivid recollection of childhood in a West Virginia mill town. It was hard and dirty work, but the roaring activity of the mill brought life itself to the town. Beautifully pictures with warm, textured oil paintings.
  26. No Toto No

    No Toto No

    Author: Aishwarya Cariappa

    Text: Print

    Image: Tactile

    Little Toto is a cute, mischievious puppy, always getting into trouble. Follow him across the many textured adventures of his day. The very expressive audio and video cd enhance the story for all children
  27. Numbers

    Numbers

    Author: Clear Vision Books

    Text: Print

    Image: Tactile

    A fun medium to teach numbers(1-5) as the child explores the tactiled illustrations and counts the number of objects.
  28. One dark cloud

    One dark cloud

    Author: Shobha Vishwanath, Ashwathy PS & Anusha Sundar

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Pictures, Tactile

    Why do numbers end at 10? This charming counting book takes you through all the tihngs of a rainy day from one dark cloud to 11 paper boats and a rainbow. The complex tactile and visual elements add challenge to this simple counting book.
  29. One dark cloud

    One dark cloud

    Author: Shobha Vishwanath, Ashwathy PS & Anusha Sundar

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Pictures, Tactile

    There's lots to discover n a rainy day. A myriad of material bring to life natural elements of the story. Here is a counting book for a rainy day!
  30. P is for ?

    P is for ?

    Author: Clear Vision Books

    Text: Large Print

    Image: Tactile

    Learn the letter 'P' exploring a variety of objects in this cloth book.

Items 91 to 120 of 175 total

per page
Page:
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6

Set Descending Direction

<<<<< >>>>


close

<<<<< >>>>