How do you send a Christmas card to someone who can't read your writing? In years past, Talking Book Library has been sending cards to its patrons—carefully scripted and accompanied by music—in a pleasant and accessible audio format.
Listen to the stories from our board members and volunteers about a favourite or memorable gift, and an update from our executive director, Carolyn Kim: CLICK HERE
Contact us to have a CD version sent to yourself or a loved one who is visually impaired (proof of disability required). Included exclusively with this version is a special narration of the Christmas story from the book Brave Girls Bible Stories.
What patrons are saying about TBL's Christmas Audio Card:
Blind patron, age 65 says, "Listening to this was beautiful! I really, really enjoyed it.
I live alone and have been bedridden for years due to many health issues, so listening to this card made me feel like I was part of a church as I cannot leave my home to attend one. I love TBL's Christian audiobooks that are incredibly uplifting. Listening to them brings me closer to God and they help me feel like I am part of the community. On this Christmas card, I especially loved listening to the Christmas story that was read by a child. What a special treat!"
Alex, blind from birth, age 33 says, "Thank you so much. The Christmas audio card was great! I loved listening to the child who read the Christmas story as well as the story about the guy who stole a Christmas tree - he sounded so natural. I love TBL books and would love to see more audiobooks produced from a wide variety of denominations so I can listen to counter arguments."