Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Sources of Print/Braille Books

American Brotherhood for the Blind
18440 Oxnard Street
Tarzan, CA 91356
213-343-2022
actionfund@nfb.org
http://www.actionfund.org
Free lending library, including Twin Vision books, books are sent automatically, and not selected by the user.
 

American Printing House for the Blind
P.O. Box 6085
1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206-0085
502-895-2405
800-223-1839
info@aph.org
http://www.aph.org
Lists of print/braille and braille books that are available.

Braille Institute Los Angeles, CA 90029-3594
323-906-3104
800-272-4553
info@brailleinstitute.org
Children's Books

Braille Shop- Children's Books
P. O. Box 641946
Omaha, NE  68164
402-672-0107 - Ask for Pat Fischer
 
Midwestern Braille Volunteers
104 W. Adams Ave.
St. Louis, Mo 63122
314-966-5828
 

National Braille Press
88 St. Stephen Street
Boston, MA 02115
800-548-7323
orders@nbp.org
http://www.nbp.org
Print/braille books at same price as print edition. Children's Braille Book Club features a different print/braille book each month. Interest level of books: Preschool to Grade 3.
 

National Library Services
Division for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
1291 Taylor St., NW
Washington, DC 20542
800-424-9100
nls@loc.gov
http://www.loc.gov/nls
Print/braille, braille, and recorded books for leisure reading are lent directly or through state and local libraries. Catalogs available for selecting books.


Seedlings: Braille Books for Children
P.O. Box 51924
Livonia, MI 48151-5924
Toll-free phone: 800-777-8552
Fax: 734-427-8552
Email: info@seedlings.org
http://www.seedlings.org
Catalog of braille books for children and print/braille books for young children. Reasonable prices.

Whidbey Island Braillists
45 East Henni Road
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
206-675-9439
Print/braille books and braille books lent to blind children and to blind parents of sighted children. Ages one year to beginning school age.
 

The materials in this section originally appeared on the e-advisor site, which was originally hosted by Boston Children's Hospital.  This material has now been moved to the website of Perkins School for the Blind.  Additional materials are now included on the list.