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.
Jewelry, magnets with a message, books to read with Grandma... Order soon — Mother's Day is May 14th!
It's never too early to get your graduation gifts in order — from braille jewelry and inspirational magnets to our #1 all-time graduation best seller!
Measuring Penny is the sixth book in our Great Expectations series! The book's creative approach to measuring inspired us to create activities and projects especially for blind kids. We've collected a recipe for doggie biscuits, tips from a blind scientist, tactile graphing and measuring tools — and much more!
On April 15th, One Boston Day, NBP's volunteers ran through the back bay demonstrating the power of community and doing for others. We thank all of our runners for raising thousands of dollars for braille literacy! You can still be a part of their team by donating to their efforts!
Despite hot weather and the grueling 26.2 miles, Marissa Sullivan and Ilana Meyer triumphantly crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon! NBP is thankful for their dedication to our mission and the thousands of dollars they raised for braille literacy. We also want to thank John Hancock for their support through the 2017 Boston Marathon Non-profit program!
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Join NBP at the Hampshire House in Boston to celebrate our 90th Anniversary on Thursday, April 27th from 6pm-8:30pm!
Enjoy a Tasting in the Dark experience featuring 9 distinct courses in honor of our 90 years. Explore your passion for food, drink, and how it relates to your senses, such as aroma, texture, and taste, as you enjoy the 9 small plates. For details go to 90 Years, 9 Plates.
Make sure to get braille versions of your restaurant guide, shuttle service information, and points of interest in the area for guests with visual impairments. Email Whitney Mooney at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
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