that's life (Australia)
THE GIFT OF MAGIC
Pulling out the camera, proud aunt Katelyn Suter knew her gift for her seven-year-old niece, Emrie, would be a huge hit. Ripping open the paper, Emrie, who has been blind since birth, squealed as she realised she’d been given the entire Harry Potter series in braille! With each book costing between $100 and $360 – and hard to find – Katelyn started a fundraiser online. She planned on not only getting Emrie a set, but their local library, too. But by raising $5450, Katelyn was able to donate five sets of braille Harry Potter books.