Nevada Talking Book Services (NTBS) is a free library service for Nevadans who are unable to use standard print materials due to a visual or physical disability. Books and players are mailed to and from our patrons postage free. The library's collection includes fiction and nonfiction audio books and magazines for all ages.
(L) A Talking Books patron enjoys an audio book, from the NLS collection of posters (R) Talking Books librarian demonstrates the digital player to visiting Belarus librarians, winter 2016.
Beginning in early March, a sample of patrons across the country who currently use services provided by the Library of Congress’s National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped–also known as NLS–will be invited to participate in a nationwide survey. The information collected from this survey will guide NLS as they move forward on a variety of projects to enhance and expand the braille and talking-book program and help us understand the needs of patrons. As a part of NLS’s cooperating network of libraries, Nevada Talking Book Services encourages invited patrons to respond to the survey at their earliest convenience. Thanks for sharing your opinions!