Braille & Talking Book Program | Children
The South Dakota Braille & Talking Book Program (B&TB) has both fiction and nonfiction books for children in print/braille (twin vision), braille, and talking book formats. Materials in the collection begin at the preschool level.
Listed are the most recent Children's books acquired for the South Dakota Braille & Talking Book Program. Read on for more information.
NLS is pleased to announce the inauguration of a web page for children, Kids Zone. The site offers an online search engine to locate children's books in the national collection and provides annotated bibliographies of award-winning books such as Newbery Medal and Honor books, Coretta Scott King and John Steptoe winners, and Schneider Family Book Award winners. Kids Zone also lists books in popular series such as the Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Potter, Redwall Abbey, and Swallows and Amazons. Other features include information on children's magazines and a link to the Library of Congress Kids and Families web site.
Kids Zone may be accessed directly NLS Kids Zone Web site or through the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) Web site .
Braille and Talking Book Strategic Plan Draft
The Strategic Plan Draft is also available in braille and audio formats. If you would like to borrow a copy please contact your Reader Advisor. Comments about the Strategic Plan may be sent to Colleen Kirby at email or you may call her at 1-800-423-6665, option 6.
Prairie Trails Memorandum
Volume 9, Issue 1 | Spring/ Summer 2014
Articles include "Strategic Plan for Braille and Talking Book Program", "Need a Speaker or Have an Upcoming Event?", "New Category of Audio Books to Begin Soon", "Talking Book Topics and Braille Book Review Update" and "Books About Baseball"
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