MIDDLETOWN, NJ – Are you a NJ veteran or resident who ability to read is affected by vision loss or impairment, a physical handicap, or a learning disability? Middletown Main Library now provides the services of the New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center (TBBC) to anyone living in New Jersey who for any physical reason cannot read regular printed books. Readers served by TBBC include people with a physical disability that prevents them from holding a book or turning its pages.  Anyone who is legally blind—to those totally blind—are also eligible. Individuals with a learning disability, certified by a medical doctor, may also use the TBBC’s services.  Visit the library for your certificate of eligibility and for more information about this free program.  If you know someone who needs this service, please spread the word!  The N.J. State Library Talking TBBC is supported by the NJ State Library and is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.


Services offered:

  • ·Free Digital Talking Book Machines for listening to books and magazines
  • ·Selection of over 18,000 digital books & 40+ magazines to download from any computer with Internet access
  • ·Access to 300+ audio magazines and newspapers using your home phone
  • ·Personal assistance to help you download books
  • ·Audio vision—access to a broadcasted audio coverage of local newspapers including “The Star Ledger, The NY Times, and the Wall Street Journal.

Middletown Township Public Library is located at 55 New Monmouth Rd

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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...