Fairytales are spiritual and mental stimuli for children, they generate emotions, stimulate their minds and imagination, challenge their intellect, the creation of positive performances and generally contribute to their development. One can hardly imagine childhood without fairy tales.
“Fairytale Without Limits” is the first electronic library of fairy tales, which is aimed at children of preschool and first school age with visual impairments.
It consists of 20 audio/visualized fairy tales, 19 of which are from Kaleidoscope Publications and one from Aparsis Publications. The fairy tales are narrated by authors, actors, volunteers of Reading for Others and Amimoni.
The visualization was done under the instructions of the Amimoni Early Intervention program, so that each fairy tale has a different level of visual adaptation, to be understood by children with a corresponding level of vision.
Visit our library at our channel on Youtube here.
The action “Fairytale without Borders” was financed by the Ioannis S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation within the framework of the 3rd Round of the “Points of Support” program and its sequel, “Fairytale without Borders II” was financed by the Ministry of Culture within the framework of the “Projects and actions of Digital Culture 2020”.