Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library

Did you know there are free library services for people who have a visual impairment or reading disability? Wisconsin’s Talking Book and Braille Library, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has many services and resources available to those who are visually impaired or who have physical limitations due to cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s, arthritis, and strokes.

The program offers free access to magazines, newspapers, and best selling books from the classics to current trends in literature and popular fiction, including Spanish language and other languages for everyone.

If interested or know of someone who would benefit from these services and resources, here is a link to an application to get signed up for these services: Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library

Searching Andersen Library’s catalog, using the keyword “braille” will give you many results, including several books and government documents that are solely in braille.

FDLP logo Andersen Library is a federal and Wisconsin depository library with many federal and state government documents on a variety of current and relevant issues available to you in many formats, including online. Check out your government at Andersen Library!

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