A Special Day
The Big Apple Awards recognizes those who have made a difference throughout history. Today, January 4, is the date of Louis Braille’s birthday. The United Nations recently made today’s date offically to be known as World Braille’s Day because Louis Braille invented Braille which is the method by which blind people are able to read.
He Made a Big Difference
Unfortunately Louis Braille didn’t live to have the opportunity to see just how useful his invention turned out be. Louis Braille died in 1852, and it wasn’t until two years passed that the school he had attended earlier, began to teach Braille to students. Louis Braille indeed made a difference!