TALKING BOOK LIBRARY

WELCOME TO THE MONTANA TALKING BOOK LIBRARY

The Montana Talking Book Library is a Regional Library of the National Library Service (NLS) for the blind and physically handicapped. This service is for eligible Montana residents who are unable to use standard print materials due to visual, physical and/or reading disabilities.

Sometimes the best words on the page aren't on the page. That's why Montana Talking Book Library offers high quality audio books and magazines recorded by trained narrators for your reading pleasure – because no story should go untold.

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You can be part of this very special and important network of volunteers in Helena and the surrounding area. Or be part of it through a donation or memorial.

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