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What to Read Next: booklists for children and teens

The Children and Teen department at the New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center (TBBC) serves children and teens who have difficulty reading because of a physical impairment, a reading disability or a vision impairment. Once registered with TBBC, these lists of Braille and Talking Books from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) at the U.S. Library of Congress will help you get started with TBBC’s services. Questions? Contact us at 1-800-792-8322 ext 804 or 823 or email tbbcyouth@www.njstatelib.org.

  • Talking Book Topics: An electronic version of the bimonthly publication of the Talking Book Topics catalog. This publication lists the most recently added digital books (DB) and recorded cassettes (RC) to the NLS catalog. For a paper copy of the most recent Catalog, please contact TBBC.
  • Braille Book Review: An electronic version of the bimonthly publication of the Braille Book Review catalog. This publication lists the most recently added Braille books to the NLS catalog. For a paper copy of the most recent Catalog, please contact TBBC.
  • Garden State Book Awards Lists
  • TBBC Print Catalogs: Some print catalogs are available with recent books:
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