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I cannot read anymore and I still want to enjoy books. What can I do?

Last Updated: Jun 18, 2014  |  51 Views

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Kansas Talking Books is a free library service from the State Library of Kansas that provides users with digital books and digital players. The service is available to any Kansas resident, regardless of age, who is unable to read standard printed materials as a result of a permanent or temporary visual or physical condition. It is also available to people with reading disabilities.

Who is eligible?

Any Kansas resident (any age) unable to read standard printed material as a result of a permanent or temporary visual or physical limitation. It is also available to people with reading disabilities resulting from an organic dysfunction.

 What if I live in Missouri?

Missouri residents are eligible for the Talking Books program in Missouri. They should contact the Wolfner Library at (573) 751-4936 or http://www.sos.mo.gov/wolfner/.

For more information, contact Johnson County Library: 913-826-4382 or www.jocolibrary.org/talkingbooks.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

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