Braille Book Review

January-February 2006
Volume 75, Number 1

About Braille Book Review

Braille Book Review is published bimonthly in large-print, braille, and computer diskette formats and distributed free to blind and physically handicapped individuals who participate in the Library of Congress free reading program. It lists braille books and magazines available through a network of cooperating libraries. The braille edition also lists recorded books, giving abbreviated annotations. News about library services is featured in both editions.

The annotated list in this issue is limited to titles recently added to the national collection, which contains thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles, including classics, biographies, gothics, mysteries, and how-to and self-help guides. To learn more about the wide range of books in the national collection, readers may order catalogs and subject bibliographies from cooperating libraries. Librarians can check other resources for titles and answer requests for special materials. Readers can receive Braille Book Review and other information through the Internet by accessing the NLS home page at

Where to Write

To order books or for subscription changes, contact your local cooperating library. Correspondence regarding editorial matters should be sent to:

Publications and Media Section
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20542

Library of Congress
Catalog Card Number 53-31800
ISSN 0006-873X

About Web-Braille

All the books and magazines listed in Braille Book Review are available free of charge to eligible readers for download or use online with braille output devices. Patrons who wish to use the Web-Braille system should contact their cooperating library to receive a password and login information. Thousands of other books are also available free of charge, and can be located and accessed through the online catalog, Web-BLND, at the NLS web site


Braille Book Review Page

Go to the NLS Home Page