Primary Phonics Set 1, by Barbara W. Makar, is a braille reading tutorial program designed for children who are blind or have low vision. It includes ten storybooks, each containing a short story that introduces consonants, various sight words, and short vowels (a, e, i, o, u) as part of the reading experience. The text on each page is presented in large print, grade 1 braille, and grade 2 braille. For students with low vision, there are also illustrations. Each of the ten storybooks is approximately 16 pages long, with one to four short sentences on every page. Each storybook contains a list of phonetic elements on the inside back cover, providing a quick reference for the consonant sounds, consonant blends, vowel sounds, and new patterns covered in each book. This first set of ten storybooks introduces consonants and short vowels. The storybooks are meant to supplement students' reading lessons. They can be integrated into a lesson plan, or used independently by students, allowing children to enjoy the satisfaction that comes from reading a short story independently. This braille reading tutorial program is designed for children ages four to seven. A carrying case is included.