Braille and Talking Book Library

The Michigan Network of Regional and Subregional Libraries serving people with visual and physical disabilities offers best-sellers, mysteries, westerns, biographies, how-to books and other types of materials found in a public library. The only difference is that the books are recorded on a digital cartridge or printed in braille and will arrive at your door through the regular U.S. postal service. We also offer the option to download books from online directly to a flash drive or mobile device! And best of all, this service is FREE, there is not even a charge to mail materials to or from the library.

You do not need to be legally blind to use our services -- if standard print has become difficult for you, a friend, or a family member, please call.

Schools and facilities that have eligible clients or patients are also welcome! We do 99% of our business through the mail, so you need never leave the comfort of your own home.

702 W Kalamazoo St PO Box 30007, Lansing, MI, United States
Primary Contact: Stephanie Wambaugh
Phone: 1-800-992-9012

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Non Profit Status: Other
Currently Accepting Volunteers?: Possibly in the future but not now.

Related Categories: Adults, Children, Clubs & Recreation, Community, Seniors, Teens