About the Service

Reading is for Everyone!

It is easy to get started with the Talking Books program.  If you or someone you know is eligible, complete the application and send it in to Services for the Visually Impaired (the address is on the application).

You will receive a digital talking book machine in the mail which is on loan to you for as long as you use this service.

Utah State Library’s Program for the Blind and Disabled helps Wyoming residents with material delivery.  Once you are set-up, their reader’s advisors will be available via phone and email to order audio, Braille, and large print books and magazines.

Just like your local public library, there are thousands of books available in hundreds of categories, including classics, romances, science fiction, mysteries, westerns, children’s selections and more. There are books by Wyoming authors as well as books about Wyoming.

In addition, magazines in special formats are available. You may choose from more than 70 different magazines: Reader’s Digest, Newsweek, Guideposts, and Wyoming Wildlife, to name a few.

Titles are also available in downloadable digital formats.

And…it’s FREE!

All library materials are sent in the mail pre-stamped FREE MATTER FOR THE BLIND OR HANDICAPPED. When you’re done enjoying an item, you can send it back through the U.S. mail postage-free.