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.
Every book is a world, and opening that world starts with you! Here are 10 Tips to help make reading aloud easier and more fun for both you and your child.
The Tactile Caliper is a simple to use, accurate low-cost measuring ruler that provides a braille output to 1/16th of an inch. Developed by SQUIRREL DEVICES (past winner of the Louis Braille Touch of Genius Award), the Caliper allows its user to measure with accuracy and speed. Read more about the Caliper.
NBP 2016 Gala, October 28th in Boston, featuring comedian, Jack Gallagher. Learn more - and and link to photos of last year's gala!
Thank you to our Boston Marathon and Blindfold Challenge runners who raised money for braille literacy on Boston Marathon weekend. We are so grateful for your support. See pictures of our Blindfold Challenge runners in action on the BFC Facebook page!
Iggy Peck, Architect is the fourth featured book in the Great Expectations program. Iggy's passion for architecture inspired us to create lots of activities and projects: we've collected ideas from a blind architect, LEGO tips, team-building activities - and much more - all created especially for blind kids! Buy the book and check out the free activities online.
Get ready for graduation with gifts from NBP! Congratulate graduates for a job well done, or thank that special teacher with braille jewelry, a print/braille magnet, or an inspirational book. Go to our Graduation Gift page to find out what our all-time #1 graduation gift is!
The B2G® is a portable, Android-based 20 cell refreshable braille computer. The design is simple... an 8-dot braille keyboard, space bar, navigation pad, forward and back buttons. Read much more about the B2G - and how to order one!
NBP has produced the 2016 season schedule for professional soccer team, the New England Revolution. One of the biggest Revolution fans is NBP Board Member Paul Parravano. "As a blind person, I have worked hard to learn all about soccer, one of the fastest and most challenging games on earth. Both my daughters played lots of soccer, with one becoming a very accomplished player. I follow lots of soccer now, and having ready access to the Revolution schedule in Braille is a huge treat for me."