Audio books are printed books read onto cassette, CD, or other sound formats; also known as 'talking books' or 'books on tape'.

Our audio books collection includes fiction and non-fiction titles for adults, teenagers and children with print disabilities. Schools that have students with other special needs can also borrow audio books for students' recreational reading.

Print Disabilities Collection

The Print Disabilities Collection contains audio books to supplement those available from participating public and school libraries. Find out what is in the collection by searching the National Library Catalogue.

More about the Print Disabilities Collection

Print Disabilities Service

Access to audio books in the Print Disabilities Collection is through public libraries, school librarians, and teachers with special needs responsibilities, that are participants in the Print Disabilities Service. To find out more about the Print Disabilities Service, contact us.

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Contact Us Print Disabilities Unit