A very simple story which shows rabbit seeing many things because he wears spectacles.
Baby duck is unhappy at having to wear glasses, but realises that she can still have fun without worrying about them. Well illustrated and funny.
Diesel is Dan’s guide dog, but this is never stated. The story is about their relationship and the only clue is in the last illustration.
Slightly quirky story of a dinosaur who keeps bumping into things. Finally it is recognized that he needs spectacles. A positive ending.
Lucy wants to make a special picture for her Grandpa, who is blind, so she makes a collage which he can feel. A lovely warm picture book, showing a close relationship between Lucy and her Grandpa.
Clear attractive account of Charlotte’s day as a visually impaired child. It shows her leading a typical day at junior school day and enjoying home life with the aids to help her read, etc.
Wonderful story about Katy, a child from a large, noisy family, whose short-sightedness goes unnoticed for some time. A lively tale which shows very well what a short-sighted child actually sees and how glasses can help.
Allen & Unwin
Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB)
Helping people who have lost their sight find their lives again.