- Author: Margaret Davidson
- Illustrated Content
- Binding: PB
- Pages: 80
Louis Braille was 12 years old when he determined to invent an easy way for blind people like himself to read and write.
It took him three years to work out his raised-dot alphabet; it took 20 years for him to get his method accepted by sighted people. A moving story of a man who persevered for the betterment of his fellows.