This is a list of places where you can get accessible books and book oriented groups for the blind.
Updated October 24, 2009
A modern Synthesizer reading a book
Speech Sample of Kate from NeoSpeech.
Spoken Word Internet Radio Station, Free audio books read online.
Read 'Em & Speak, Books & Reading from a Blind Perspective.
Bookshare.org, has books available in DAISY and BRF formats.
Bookshare, New Books added to the collection.
Daily New Book Lists for Bookshare.
Friends of bookshare book clubs.
The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, NLS, has books available if you belong to WebBraille.
NLS BARD Book and Magazine site for digital talking books, with 16,514 books available.
DB-Review, a list dedicated to discussion of digital talking books available for download or via mail from the NLS..
National Braille Press, has books in Braille and Portabook files that you can purchase and download.
The Book Scanners Guild Blog .
T.V. Raman's tips on using Google to find public domain books.
libriVox free audio books are all in the public domain read by nonprofessional narrators.
OverDrive has downloadable books, which expire after a certain period.
Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, The primary source for educational audiobooks for students with print disabilities.
Project Gutenberg, the oldest producer of free electronic books.
audible.com, where you can purchase and Download audio books to your iPod or MP3 player.
Accessible Online Libraries from the Fred's Head Database.
Thanks to Kelly Sapergia for the PCS Games musical theme.
Kelly Sapergia's music site.
web page by Louis Scrivani and Phil Vlasak, October 24, 2009