Braille books are huge!
Not only are the physical books big, but it takes many, sometimes many, many, many, numerous volumes just for the Braille equivalent of one single, normal size, manageable print book.
For a totally blind student, it’s hard, if not almost impossible, to learn to spell with any proficiency, unless you read Braille.
This is doubly true if you take a foreign language, of which I studied five!
I was lucky, because I had access to Braille books from elementary school all through high school.
Unfortunately, seven years of carrying Braille books from class to class in an extremely overloaded backpack gave me chronic back, neck, and shoulder problems, which still plague me every day!
#SixSentenceStories Prompt, Volume.