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Books on tape

How do I access books on tape? I've heard of a service that requires only a yearly fee, and the tapes arrive in the mail. Anybody know how to find such a thing? I'm assisting my aunt who has macular degeneration. Thank you!

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The National Library Service from the Library of Congress provides free books on tape to anyone that is eligible. For more information you visit their website at http://www.loc.gov/nls/ or call them toll free at 1-888-NLS-READ.


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you can go to the library and get them that way by the way reply to my message called makeup and better grades please


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I have many tapes on books I am looking to give away, my father recently passed and he was going blind. he had many, many books on tape, if you would like them just let me know.


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Regarding the lady who had books on tape to donate, I work for a hospice company and we would LOVE to have the books for our patients if you still have them.
Lesli


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