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Library > Talking Book & Braille Library > TBBL: Summer Reading Program TBBL: Summer Reading Program

Children and teens who are unable to read regular print due to a visual or physical disability are invited to join the Indiana Talking Book and Braille Library this summer for its annual summer reading program! Books are available to borrow from the library in Braille, large print, and digital audio formats. Participants can also download digital audio books from BARD.

Everyone will receive a prize, but the more you read the more prizes you will receive!  Participants can read anything they want; extra prizes will be awarded for books read from the theme-based reading lists. 

Please complete and return the application by Wednesday, May 29th.   If your application is a bit late getting to us, you are still eligible to be a summer reader.

Questions about this program can be directed to Laura Williams, Librarian, by phone at 317-232-0609, toll free at 1-800-622-4970, or by email at

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