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.
Send us your best photo of how you use braille around the world! Show us when, where, and how you read braille and be entered to win great prizes from NBP!
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NBP NEEDS YOUR EXPERIENCE!
If you're a braille transcriber proficient in UEB, contact Jackie Sheridan for more information.
School Library Journal calls Matt de la Peña's Last Stop on Market Street "an excellent book that highlights less popular topics such as urban life, volunteerism, and thankfulness, with people of color as the main characters. A lovely title." We'll add that it's also creative, charming, and warm. Check out all the honors this best seller has accumulated in past year!
NBP is your one stop shop for accessible marketing materials! From business cards to handouts, we've got you covered! To learn more email Nicole at email@example.com.
Cross the Boston Marathon finish line — without running 26.2 miles! Join Team NBP for the Blindfold Challenge at the BAA 5K! Learn more about the Blindfold Challenge here.
Watch NBP on FOX 25!
NBP was recently featured on Boston's Fox 25 news channel reporting on the braille production of National Geographic for Kids. The sponsor and funder of this ground breaking program is American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults. Thanks to AAF 3,500 blind children have access to this fun and adventurous kid's magazine. NBP is proud to participate in this very cool project.
It's the soup time of year! Warm up with more than 45 simple, delicious, no-fuss soup recipes, from classic vegetable soups and seafood chowders to spicy noodle soups and hearty bean soups.