By Cindy Lou Aillard and College at Brockport faculty member Lauren Lieberman.
"How kids with visual impairments play sports."
Everybody Plays! is a fun storybook written by Cindy Lou Aillaud and Lauren Lieberman that follows an elementary school-age child to a sports camp for children who have visual impairment, blindness, or deafblindness. Written at a 4th grade reading level, readers learn about sports and recreational physical activities that are enjoyed universally and about specific sports designed for persons with visual impairment and blindness. The young storyteller describes how sport modifications and equipment adaptations help the campers have a blast when they learn about sports and play with new friends and coaches. Young readers learn about Paralympic sports and are encouraged to identify the Paralympic sports that the storyteller experiences while at camp. Each sport and recreational activity has a Listen Up! page that introduces the sports novice to each sport or activity. If a reader does not need the detailed explanation of a particular activity, the print, braille, and electronic books are designed so the Listen Up! pages can be skipped.
Large print edition.
Louisville, KY : American Printing House for the Blind,, c2013.
x, 58 p. : illustrations ; 23 x 29 cm.
Disability and Equity in Education | Sports Sciences
Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education
Aillaud, Cindy Lou and Lieberman, Lauren J., "Everybody plays!" (2013). Brockport Bookshelf. 301.