Please note: The Talking Book Program is closed until further notice, in order to support the overall health and wellness of our communities and for the safety of our patrons and staff.
We are not able to answer phone calls during this time. Staff will be able to answer some emails; however, there may be substantial delays.
News Bulletins and Updates
from the Talking Book Program
► COVID-19 Resource Information
► TBP Winter Newsletter
► Student Resources for Reading Disabilities
► Duplication on Demand (DOD) Navigation
► Phone-In Talking Book Club!
Monday, May 25 ~ Memorial Day
Of course, you can always leave a message if you call after hours or on a holiday or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Providing information on recent developments in the Talking Book Program.
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News Bulletin Fall 2011
includes Sampler of Books by Texas Authors
News Bulletin Summer 2011
includes Books Worth Revisiting:Traveling Back to Middle Ages
News Bulletin Winter/Spring 2011
includes "80th Anniversary" and "Braille Revival League of Texas" information
News Bulletin Fall 2010
includes "Books Worth Revisiting: Harry Potter
News Bulletin Summer 2010
Braille Revival League of Texas" information
News Bulletin Spring 2010
includes "Books Worth Revisiting: Gothic Romances
News Bulletin Winter 2010
News Bulletin Fall 2009
includes "Books Worth Revisiting: Three by Anya Seton"
News Bulletin Summer 2009
includes "Favorites from the 1930s to the 1960s"
News Bulletin Spring 2009
includes "Books Worth Revisiting - In the Court of Charles II"
News Bulletin Winter 2009
includes "Cassette Player Tips " and "NFB-Newsline" info.
News Bulletin Fall 2008
includes "Books Worth Revisiting - A Kiss of Vampire Fiction "
News Bulletin Summer 2008
includes "Favorite Short Stories By Female Authors"
News Bulletin Spring 2008
includes "Books Worth Revisiting - Elizabeth George Speare"
News Bulletin Winter 2008
includes "You, Us, and the Post Office!"