This is a Children's Interactive Storybook App. It is about understanding blindness and about learning to be thoughtful with all friends, including those with special needs such as blindness.
In the story, Adam is best friend to Blake. Adam gets to play with Blake when his mom visits Blake's mom. They have many adventures like going to the park and riding on the Play Fire Truck for kids. Blake's mom explains to Adam that Blake is blind. But that is pretty hard for Adam to understand.
Adam imagines different situations in which he shuts his eyes and discovers what it is like to be blind. He finds that, like Blake, he has to use touch, sound, smell and taste to learn about things. He and Blake have fun figuring out what clues let Adam know about things he can't see with his eyes closed. It might even be a dinosaur!
Adam decides that if he is a best friend to Blake, he can help him understand everything going on around him. He also learns how to come up to Blake and let him know who he is and what he might be bringing Blake. They can even enjoy something new like a visit to a dinosaur park.
As Adam talks this over with his mom, she complements him on being "thoughtful" which is a very good thing to learn as you grow up. He tells Blake's mom all about how he intends to share great times with Blake even while he is being thoughtful. The story ends as it is revealed that Adam and Blake are real kids that are best friends living in Texas.
The author/illustrator, Judy K. Johnson, wishes to thank Catch Thompson, her grandson, for narrating the story. She also thanks Blake, also her grandson, and his real best friend, Adam. Go to the author's website for more stories and apps about children with special needs and their friends. The author offers to create custom story books for other children with special needs. See the website for more details.