The Michigan Braille and Talking Books Library, housed in the Library of Michigan, is part of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in the Library of Congress and the Network of Regional and Sub-regional Libraries.
The Michigan Braille and Talking Book Library provides library service for individuals unable to use standard print materials. If standard print has become difficult for you, a friend, or a family member, please visit www.michigan.gov/btbl or call 800-992-9012 for more information.
The Michigan Braille and Talking Book Library provides free talking book and Braille service to all Michigan residents who are unable to use standard print materials because of a temporary or permanent visual impairment, physical disability, or reading disability. The Library serves approximately 12,000 persons and circulates over 200,000 items annually. The Library of Congress National Library Service, pursuant to P.L. 85-522, administers the talking book program. Learn more at www.michigan.gov/btbl or by calling 800-992-9012.
702 W Kalamazoo St, Lansing (MI), 48915, United States