Great Lakes Talking Books is part of a national network of cooperating libraries with the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (NLS). NLS provides a free braille and talking book library service, circulating books and magazines in braille or audio formats that are:
- instantly downloadable to a personal device by way of the BARD Mobile app, or
- equipment and digital audio cartridges are delivered by mail free of charge.
- To learn more about our services, read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
Eligibility: Individuals (all ages) are eligible for service provided they meet any of the following criteria:
- are blind or have a visual impairment that makes them unable to comfortably read print books,
- have a perceptual or reading disability, or
- have a physical disability that makes it hard to hold or manipulate a book or to focus or move the eyes as needed to read a print book.
- Assistive Technology
- Recreation/Leisure & Physical Activity
- NLS provides a free braille and talking book library service
Marquette, Michigan 49855
Counties served: 15 counties in the Upper Peninsula, Alpena County, Crawford County
Last Verified Date: 3/14/2022