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A copy of Guidelines and Games is resting on a dark gray table. To the left of the book is a container holding a Rubik’s Cube and Play-Doh, while two pens and an Apple TV remote are placed above the book, and an iPad is placed on the right side of the book.

APH Press offers a wide variety of books for teachers to utilize in their classrooms. Review this list of books to design a specialized curriculum for students who are blind and have low vision.



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