Can't get enough of Harry Potter? Well now not only can you read and listen to the books, you can actually feel what the characters look like. Let your fingers and your imagination get a sense of Albus Dumbledore's hat and robes, or how tall Hagrid the giant is!
Using both coloured print and raised-line tactile black and white images, two new books in the CNIB Library let blind, partially sighted and visual readers get a tactual sense of this magical world. Check out:
Images inspired by the Harry Potter books - Book One
Includes: Harry Potter, The Dursley family, Hedwig the owl, Filch and Mrs Norris, Albus Dumbledore and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Images inspired by the Harry Potter books - Book Two
Includes: Ron and Hermoine, Animagnus Professor McGonagall as a person and a cat, Dobby the house elf, The Fat Lady painting and Nearly Headless Nick, Hogwarts Express and Hagrid and his house.
Find these and more Harry Potter books at the CNIB Library
Learn more about the importance of tactile literacy
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