The Beast of Bramble Woods is to become the latest in a series of talking books recorded by RNIB (Royal National Institute for the Blind). It will soon be available FREE for children who are unable to read printed material. The Talking Books Service is not just for children with sight loss, it's for anyone who has trouble reading standard printed text, including children with dyslexia, ADHD, autism and other disabilities - and their carers.
Children will be able to access the book via the RNIB Talking Books app and readers will also be able to download it to a CD or USB.
Angela Preston, Fundraising Manager for RNIB said, "It is a fantastic resource for not only children with sight loss, but for parents who are blind or partially sighted who wish to share the wonder and delight of a book with their children."
The Beast of Bramble Woods is one of 70 books chosen for this year's Summer Reading Challenge, which focuses on the theme of mischief makers.
Summer Reading Challenge Must-have Reads
Summer Reading Challenge Website
The project has been sponsored by Nationwide Building Society in Peebles, Scotland.
Out on 19 June 2018