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Adela can't find her socks in her closet. Adela does not recognize her neighbors. Many things begin to disappear around him. But it is not that things are not. It is she who cannot see them. Little by little he gets used to not seeing and begins to use his other senses. Adela and the missing socks is an autobiographical book on visual impairment, a subject treated with great tenderness and humor. The illustrations by Bernardita Ojeda are full of color and accompany the story with many details, which will hold the attention of children from beginning to end. An excellent book to understand visual impairment.
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Recommended for 4 to 8 years
Design: Inside has perforated pages that change depending on the story
Size: 25 20 cm x
A book that helps explain to children about the lack of any of the senses, to be aware of it, how difficult it can be and all that. And on the other hand, a story of overcoming obstacles. Terrific.
Daniela Elizondo, Amanuta customer.
Florencia Herrera He studied sociology at the Pontifical Catholic University and did a doctorate in anthropology at the University of Barcelona. She is currently a professor at the School of Sociology of the Diego Portales University. Years ago, he began to lose his vision and in 2003 he was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa. For two years, she has a guide dog that accompanies her everywhere and helps her maintain her independence.
Bernadette Ojeda He studied design at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. She is the creator and director of the animated series Clarita, Helados, Chanchiperr and Hostal Morrison. As an illustrator she has carried out various educational projects and La Cenicienta (2012), by Editorial Amanuta, among others. She currently works as a teacher, as an illustrator and directs the content and animation production company Pájaro.
Category: 4-5 years, 5-8 years, Friendship, Animal Businesses, Bernadette Ojeda, Blindness, Disability, Emotions, Family, Fiction, Florencia Herrera, Inclusion, Book, Daily life