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.
New: NBP is now the distributor of the Braille Me in 25 countries!
This new refreshable braille reader slashes costs by using groundbreaking new magnetic technology to power the 20-cell, 6-dot braille display. Read more about the Braille Me.
The B2G is the most affordable, high quality Smart Braille display on the market — now only $1195! Read more about the B2G sale here.
Blind kids benefit from picture descriptions every bit as much as sighted kids do from seeing the pictures. Our Great Expectations program makes describing images easy, offering picture descriptions for Grumpy Monkey, written by a descriptive audio expert.
Check out this cool video of volunteers from Tufts Health Plan assembling copies of the kids book, Miss Nelson is Missing! This book is included in one of the free braille book bags distributed to blind kids through the ReadBooks! Program. Thanks, Tufts Health Plan, for heping to put braille into the hands of blind children!
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The Clintonville (Wisconsin) Public Library recently discovered an issue of The Weekly dated October 27, 1958! The Weekly was the precursor to our current Syndicated Columnists Weekly. It's wonderful to be reminded of the long history here at National Braille Press, and feel that moment’s nostalgia for the weekly newsletter that started it all for us!
As Robert Mueller prepares to testify to Congress, read the two Introductions and Executive Summaries of the his report, in downloadable electronic braille (BRF). Whatever our personal politics, whether we think it has been oversold or underestimated, perhaps we should at least agree that this is a document of some magnitude, and that it would be best to form our own opinion of it.