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The guiding purposes of National Braille Press are to promote the literacy of blind children through braille and to provide access to information that empowers blind people to actively engage in work, family, and community affairs.

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Learn how braille remains relevant in the digital age.

Great Expectations logo is a drawing of a blind girl and a dog on top of a big braille book. The tagline is, Bringing picture books to life for blind kids.

Read about NBP's new literacy program for blind kids.

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Join Us for A Million Laughs!

Photo of comedian Gary Gulman.

Have you reserved your tickets for our A Million Laughs for Literacy Gala on November 12th? Don't miss your chance to see comedian Gary Gulman perform while supporting braille literacy!

Braille for Business

Print/braille Starbucks menu

Learn how NBP can help with your custom braille needs, including restaurant menus, business cards, manuals, and textbooks. WE provide high quality braille and YOU provide access for all.

CBBC Offers 6-Month Subscription

The Children's Braille Book Club is now offering a 6 month subscription. It's perfect to give as a gift - and the 6-month timeframe fits nicely into the academic year! Find out more!

NBP in Austin

Photo of Brian MacDonald, Frances West, and Joe Quintanilla. Frances holds the b2g.

NBP was on the road for its 10th luncheon at IBM in Austin, TX. Brian MacDonald is pictured with Frances West, Chief Accessibility Officer at IBM, and Joe Quintanilla.

Chinese & American Braille Exhibit

Ribbon cutting at the start of the exhibit - Brian and others hold a huge red ceremonial ribbon.

Brian MacDonald traveled to Seattle recently to attend the grand opening of an exhibition at the Washington Talking Book & Braille Library to encourage exchanges between China and the US to better serve people with visual disabilities. Read more about the exhibit.

Win a Pete the Cat Toy!

Pete the cat stuffed toy

Win this wonderful plush toy and learn about activities you and your blind child can do while reading the New York Times bestseller, Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes.

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