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RNIB free book for blind and partially sighted children
14 titles available to choose from, in Braille and DAISY CDExpired
Sight loss charity the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is offering a free book in Braille or DAISY CD to any child with a print disability (inability to read standard print) to coincide with World Book Day on Thu 7 Mar.
Users can choose one of 14 titles – 12 in English language and two in Welsh language - written especially for World Book Day and this promotion, which runs until Sun 31 Mar.
The selection includes books written by Malorie Blackman OBE and Jeff Kinney (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) – check out the full list of titles and available formats here.
To place an order, call the RNIB helpline on 0303 123 9999. You’ll need to provide the first name of the child the book is for. There’s a limit of one book per child. Delivery’s free.