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'Let's create more braille books to open up a world of adventure'

The RNIB's Claire Maxwell on why more braille books are needed. Read more

RNIB collaborates with Alexa for audiobook access

Blind and partially sighted readers can now access thousands of audiobooks through the Royal Institute of Blind People's partnership with Amazon's AI assistant Alexa.... Read more

PRH donates all its audiobooks to RNIB charity library

Penguin Random House UK has donated all of its audiobooks to the Royal National Institute of Blind People's (RNIB) Talking Books library.... Read more

HarperCollins to grow RNIB's Talking Books library by 15%

The Royal National Institute of Blind People and HarperCollins have announced a new three year partnership to grow Talking Books' library by 15% to 28,500 titles.... Read more

‘Cursed Child’ editions for blind and dyslexic people published

The Royal National Institute of Blind People is teaming up with Little, Brown to make Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I and II... Read more

Shakespeare’s Globe teams with Walker and RNIB

Shakespeare’s Globe is working with Walker Books and RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) on "Shakespeare Telling Tales", a storytelling event that will be... Read more

Talking Books now free to access

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has made Talking Books free for all blind and partially sighted people to access from today.... Read more

Cornwell and Walliams in HarperAudio RNIB deal

HarperAudio has signed a deal with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to add 150 of its audio titles to the RNIB Talking... Read more

The Book People donates £13,000 to RNIB

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has created four talking books for blind and partially sighted children thanks to a £13,000 donation from... Read more

Accessibility is still a 'challenge' for publishers

Publishers need to work more closely with charities to ensure a greater number of books are published in fully accessible formats, the Royal National Institute... Read more

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