Access to more than 800,000 volumes of recorded books and magazines
The Talking Book Library, located at the Worcester Public Library, is funded in part by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. The Library provides free services to Massachusetts residents of any age who are unable to read traditional print materials due to a visual or physical disability.
Customers have access to more than 800,000 volumes of recorded books and magazines. Providing mail-order service by telephone, as well as immediate service on a walk-in basis, the Talking Book Library serves patrons of every age. Recorded books can be found by searching the library's online catalog or calling the library with specific titles or authors. Future fiction and nonfiction digital book and Braille titles that will be added to the collection can be viewed in the NLSBPH Bestsellers Report at: http://www.loc.gov/nls/networkdocs/bestsellers/index.html