Looking for something to do on a cold snowy day? If you are like me and love to read but have a difficult time managing a book, then consider a fantastic program for free books on tape. The Perkins School for the Blind sends you three or so books on tape at a time. They have thousands of titles to choose from. The program services anyone with a disability that makes it difficult to read in print form. Once you fill in the appropriate paperwork and qualify for the program, the school sends you a free reader that you pop the tapes into. When you are done listening to the audiobook, you just send it back in the mail free of charge and then the School will send you your next three books. The following guidelines are for Massachusetts residents but most libraries in other states have similar programs.
Service Eligibility Guidelines
Library services are available for Massachusetts residents who meet one or more of the following eligibility guidelines:
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