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Braille Enhanced Storywalk
Braille Enhanced StoryWalks®The Library of Michigan, Braille and Talking Book Library, and MDE-Low Incidence Outreach collaborate to bring Braille Enhanced StoryWalks® to library communities across Michigan. The resources below are available to libraries across the country for use in supporting their own programming. This program is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Getting StartedThe Library of Michigan supports public libraries in Michigan by offering the Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® through our partners. If you are not a library in Michigan, go to [link coming soon for PLA Annual, March 2022] for tips on how to offer a Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® in your community.
ResourcesLibraries across the country are invited to save and use the following resources to support a Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® in their community. To access and download the following materials go to: https://bit.ly/LM_BES22
- Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® Logo
- Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® Flyer
- Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® Bookmark
- Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® 2.25" Stickers
- Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® Social Media Posts with Graphics
Contact InformationFor further questions on Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® resources, please contact Cathy Lancaster, Youth Services Coordinator: LancasterC5@Michigan.gov
CreditThe StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson. The Braille Enhanced StoryWalk® is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.