Books in Braille & Other Formats
Printing House for the Blind (APH)
Textbooks and some fiction in braille, large print, tape, and downloadable formats. Also braille readiness and early literacy books. Newsweek and Reader's Digest in braille, tape, and disk. Louis Database of Accessible Materials lists books in all alternative formats.
Christian books (some fiction) in braille, large print, and tape.
Expectations and Brailleways annual anthologies of children's literature; Braille Special Collection catalog offering 3 free books per quarter.
William A. Thomas Braille Bookstore; braille leisure books through the mail; braille jewelry.
Resource and Literacy Center (BRL Center)
Beginning reader books in Grade 1 (alphabetic) braille with print; children's books in Grade 2 braille with print.
Guild for the Blind
Tactile-picture coloring books; book on making pictures using braille dots; some fiction books.
General and religious books, magazines.
Braille Books Program
Selected popular children's reading series, such as Nancy Drew and Little House books, sent each month.
Braille and print-braille books; children's book club.
Jernigan Library for Blind Children
Lending library of Twin-Vision (braille & print) and braille books; Great Documents in braille; braille calendar; newspaper service for deaf-blind people.
Braille books for purchase; used books free for the asking.
Braille and print-braille books; Children's Braille Book Club.
Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS)
Braille, large-print, and tape books loaned through regional libraries in states; e-braille service over the internet; braille music; braille transcriber course.
Library for the Blind and Handicapped
Books and magazines for leisure reading in braille, large print, and tape, sent free by mail.
for the Blind & Dyslexic (RFB & D)
Textbooks on tape; some books on disk.
Braille Books for Children
Braille and print-braille books for children from preschool through junior high.
Very Bumpy Stories library of print-braille books, preschool through elementary level.
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