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August 23, 2019 Thanks to Laken Brooks, a 2019 Harrison Middleton University Fellow in Ideas recipient, for today’s post. From the Three Blind Mice to Mary Ingalls Wilder, blindness remains a rare — albeit important topic in children’s literature. In the past, many literary representations presented blindness (and disability overall) as a tragedy or even …