25 March 1993
We would also like to thank The Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Ontario Division, for their cooperation and support in allowing Felicity a few months' leave of absence to start the project and for the ongoing use of equipment and facilities. [...] Thank you to the readers who critiqued our manuscript and to the co-workers, friends, and relatives who with their questions and encouragement have made us think and rethink our material. [...] It is just as difficult for the sighted adult to relate to the world of the visually impaired child as it is for the preschool visually impaired child to learn about the sighted world. [...] The sighted children in the housekeeping corner had tuned out the noises from the other side of the bookcase, which was a visual bar- rier. [...] The bookcase was not a visual barrier for Christine, so she was still tuned in to her teacher at the other side of the room, while acting in the same way as her sighted companions in the housekeeping corner.