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.
Celebrate thirty years of the Children's Braille Book Club! Watch for special announcements throughout the year.
National Braille Press is proud to announce the leadership of Co-Chairs Tom Sullivan, Chairman and Founder of Lumber Liquidators and Tom Crohan, AVP & Counsel of John Hancock at our fall gala, A Million Laughs for Literacy. Read more about the co-chairs here.
We're predicting that Janet Ingber's new Learn to Use the Mac with VoiceOver will be on our list of convention best-sellers! This book is for all blind users - whether you're a newbie, or you want to know how to use the Mac more efficiently. Find out what's behind the rave reviews.
All of us at National Braille Press wish to express our sincere grief at the death of Irma Goldberg of Westbury, New York. Irma lovingly and perceptively crafted the tactile illustrations for such classics as Goodnight Moon to Touch, Humpty Dumpty and Other Touching Rhymes, and many others. Read more about Irma here.
Support the Boston Renegades Beep Ball team and Braille Literacy Night while catching a Lowell Spinners game on July 27th! Discounted tickets available through NBP.
Join us on Friday, October 17, 2014 as we celebrate a Million Laughs for Literacy with the help of comedian Tom Cotter.