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You may have a child that is blind; or perhaps you are part of a library or community group that is seeking Braille books for children. There are many sources available that can help you obtain these types of book for free.
Register at the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. This service is part of the national Library of Congress and provides services for reading disabled, low vision or blind citizens. While you will have to submit documentation of the disability, you will then have access to all materials available through the National Library Service. You will have the ability to search catalogs and request specific books.
The Kenneth Jernigan Library also allows you to borrow books. These books are selected by librarians and set to your child through the mail.
Free Braille books are also available from the American Action Fund. Approximately once a month, your child will get a book or chapter from a book.
The Braille Institute is also a great resource for books. The organization provides free books to children from its Special Collections program.
Another source of free Braille books is the Angel Program at Seedlings Braille Books for Children. Your child and you can select two books per year from their extensive catalog.
In addition, check your local libraries for additional sources of Braille literature for your child. A simple internet search can also help you find outlets that can provide books and other reading material.