talking book

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sound recording of someone reading a book

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The South Carolina State Library will use the funds to enhance the Talking Books Services Art Gallery event, an annual program for students who are blind or visually impaired.
We hope that local businesses and Wirral residents will get involved and sponsor a Talking Book to help us change the story.
PS1,500 is what it costs to add a brand new children's Talking Book to the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) Talking Book library.
Just PS10 helps a parent continue to cook for their children with RNIB's range of giant print cookery books while PS70 will enable a person with sight loss to enjoy Talking Books for a whole year.
In this section, we compare and contrast ICT projects in this broader category with the Talking Book.
In 2000 each user of the talking book program read an average of thirty to forty books and magazines per year, and many users read hundreds of titles.
Mitt Romney cut talking book funding by $263,000 last year, but Patrick restored it when he took office.
A campaign calling for the UK government to provide funding to help increase access to the talking book service provided by the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) has been joined by a range of well-known authors including Ruth Rendell, Jacqueline Wilson and Julian Fellowes.
He said: "I do feel that the talking book, which is the access to our literature for a great chunk of the community - and not only the completely blind, but also the partially sighted, and the old - it is a really useful thing and it is not exactly neglected, but there is a kind of acceptance that it is just the job of charity to do it.
According to the court, Title II conflicted with the policy of giving prison officials wide latitude to create prison policies and anticipate security problems, and the state had a rational basis for regulating the inmate's access to a walking cane, talking book, and tape player.
s essay "The Talking Book," excerpted from his 1988 book The Signifying Monkey: A Theory of Afro-American Literary Criticism.
In January 2003, the Mid-Illinois Talking Book Center (MITBC), administered by the Alliance Library System and one of four subregional libraries of the Illinois State Library Talking Book and Braille Service, undertook the eAudio Pilot Project to explore the demand for DTBs by blind, visually impaired, and physically challenged users.
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This digital talking book also plays back and records music in CD (CD-DA), MP3 and Daisy 2.