This story has been written from a child's perspective.


It aims to raise awareness and a better understanding about vision impairment in younger children. Sarah the ragdoll, Misty the rabbit, and Scribbles' the teddy bear, all have a different vision impairment. Some of the toys make fun of them because they do not understand what it means not to be able to see properly. The conclusion of the story is that Sarah, Misty and Scribbles are able to join in the games with the other toys. They feel confident and safe to explore the new house by the sea, which has now become for them a safe and happy place to be. This story can be a valuable resource for teachers and parents.

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Author Bio

I am a self-published author. I have a Bachelor of Arts, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education and a Masters in Special Education. I have teaching experience and I am now working as an Orientation and Mobility Instructor. Through my role as an Orientation and Mobility Instructor, I have developed a better understanding of the complex issues surrounding vision impairment.