Children are thirsty for adventure, knowledge, entertainment; constantly looking for great stories to drink in and enhance their life experience. An often-neglected segment of that population – visually impaired and blind children – are just as much so – craving the same stimuli. This creates a wide-open market for the author’s creative use of the elements of storytelling and learning possibilities, particularly in the audiobook format. Challenge your own creativity by listening to BPG’s Tips for enhancing your audiobook to make it more accessible to the visually impaired and blind children and discover the variety of situations in which Audiobooks are useful, then rise to the challenge BPG presents to further explore and make a contribution to the visually impaired and blind children’s audiobook world! Hear about the advantages for a children’s book author who has the foresight to bring their children’s book into the audiobook world and get their book translated and recorded as an audiobook in multiple languages, as advised by an expert in the book and audiobook marketing fields, Darren Speers of Author’s Republic.
- Tips to making your audiobook more accessible to the visually impaired and blind children
- Discover the variety of situations in which Audiobooks are useful