FantasticThe amount of resources for the book were great - fantastic ideas.Dorothy
Sponsored by: The David Hammond Charitable Foundation
Available braille grades: Grade 1, Grade 2
Find out about all things British in this alphabet book with a difference. A is for Arthur, B is for Beatles… this innovative new picture book looks at some of the things that give the UK its vibrant and unique cultural identity. Contains a glossary at the back. Adaptation contains recipes, music, literary extracts and masses of information to prompt classroom discussions.
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Punk first started as a reaction against the 'over-the-top' rock music of the 1970s. It was pure, stripped down music with short tracks and a rough, raw feel. It was generally accepted that you didn't have to be a good musician to perform punk rock - anyone could have a go. There's a famous drawing from a music magazine of the time which showed three chords and the words "This is a chord, this is another, this is a third. Now form a band"! Punk music was very loud and brash lyrics were generally quite aggressive and shouted rather than sung. Being at a punk rock gig was a pretty physical experience. The audience would stand very close to the stage and instead of dancing they would jump up and down in a style called 'pogoing'.
- A picture book with braille pages and raised tactile images.
- Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB.
- An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.
Touch to see image list
Mini and Girl in 60’s fashion
Romeo and Juliet