The National Library Service (NLS) maintains a large collection of books, magazines, journals, and music materials in Braille, large type, and recorded formats for individuals who cannot read or use standard printed materials because of temporary or permanent visual loss or physical limitations. Reading materials and necessary playback equipment for books on record and cassette are distributed through a national network of cooperating libraries. Books in the collection are selected on the basis of their appeal to a wide range of interests. Bestsellers, biographies, fiction, and how-to books are in great demand. Contact your local library to find out what they have available to you, or you may contact handicapped Readers Reference Section, National Library Service for the Blind and physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, Washington, DC 20542; 202-707-5100 or 800-424-8567; www.loc.gov/nls
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