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/

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  1. Grandpa, Grandpa

    Grandpa, Grandpa

    Author: Jay Cowley

    Text: Braille - Grade 2

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    A little girl and her grandfather go on a fishing trip. This is a fun read for the beginning reader! The simple counting story makes use of both rhyming and predictable text. Grandpa, Grandpa, come with me. Let's go fishing in the sea....
  2. Growing Vegetable Soup

    Growing Vegetable Soup

    Author: Lois Ehlert

    Text: Braille - Grade 2

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    A simple book about vegetable gardening for the very young. The necessary tools are pictured and labeled, as are the seeds (green bean, pea, corn, zucchini squash, and carrot). Then the real gardening happens . . . planting, weeding, harvesting, washing, chopping, and cooking! In the end? "It was the best soup ever." illustrations are child-friendly, as is the big black type. A recipe for vegetable soup tops it all off!
  3. Guessing Game

    Guessing Game

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    Text: Braille

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  4. Harry's House

    Harry's House

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    Text: Braille - Grade 1

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  5. Have you seen my cat?

    Have you seen my cat?

    Author: Eric Carle

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

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    A little boy worries about his missing cat and travels to different places in search of his pet.
  6. He Runs

    He Runs

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    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

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  7. Hello Cat, you need a hat

    Hello Cat, you need a hat

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    Author: Rita Golden Gelman

    Text: Braille - Grade 2, Print

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    a young girl insists that a cat must try on a hat, some shoes and many other things
  8. Henry and Midge get the cold shivers

    Henry and Midge get the cold shivers

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    Text: Braille, Print

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  9. Herman the Helper

    Herman the Helper

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    Text: Braille - Grade 2

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  10. Hiding

    Hiding

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    Author: Clear Vision Books

    Text: Print

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    This cloth book lets the child play spy and find out what's hiding under the leaf.
  11. Holy Hai

    Holy Hai

    Author: Aashumi Shah

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

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    Join Aria in celebrating the Indian festival, Holi. A book with interactive tactile images, is sure to be a fun read read.
  12. Hopsy and Topsy

    Hopsy and Topsy

    Author: Paul D'Souza

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Pictures, Tactile

    The classic hare and tortoise story, with an emphasis on friendship . With tactile illustrations, this sure is an enjoyable read.
  13. Hopsy and Topsy

    Hopsy and Topsy

    Author: Paul D'Souza

    Text: Braille - Grade 1, Print

    Image: Pictures, Tactile

    A classic story of the hare and tortoise running a race, this book with tactile illustrations is a fun read for your young child.
  14. How to make a hotdog

    How to make a hotdog

    Author: Joy Cowley

    Text: Braille, Print

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  15. I am

    I am

    Author: Adria Klein

    Text: Braille, Print

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    for the emerging reader, a small book with a single line on each page.

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