Answered By: Cynthia Dennis
Last Updated: Nov 09, 2023     Views: 9

If you cannot read or have trouble reading standard print books, you may want to check into the Maryland State Library for the Blind and Print Disabled (LBPD)​. LBPD has downloadable audiobooks via their BARD service, as well as books in braille format and on audio cassette. You do not have to be legally blind to use LBPD. If you can't read standard print then you are eligible. You would need to apply for a library card with LBPD and send them a doctor's note verifying your sight issue. This takes a little time to get your account set up but it's a totally free service and they have a large collection of titles.