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Arizona Talking Book Library maintains the joys of reading

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Posted: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 7:32 am

For most people, reading a book or magazine is an easy activity, but for those who are visually impaired or physically limited, reading can be an impossible task.

Thanks to the Arizona Talking Book Library, state residents with low vision or the inability to hold or handle a print book can have access to audio books, magazines, newspapers and other library resources, including Braille books. Despite all these services, awareness of the program is not widespread.

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