There are many challenges that face people with visual impairment. One of those challenges is how to learn about the world without being able to see visual representations of things that can't be touched. Astronomy is one of the sciences that is difficult to study if you are not able to see.
However, NASA and others have provided several resources for people with visual impairments. One resource is a book about the moon, which has different surfaces on the pages that are similar to the way the moon feels. These types of books are called "tactile", because there are things to feel with the hands instead of (or in addition to) pictures to look at.
NASA released this book about the moon. Click here to check it out. It looks like there is a waiting list at the moment, but I think this would be worth waiting for. I wish I had this book!
I'm the owner of Family First Braille, the author of this blog, and the editor of Family First Braille Magazine.