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Nevada Talking Book Services

Welcome to Nevada Talking Book Services
Our Vision: Deliver the best possible library services to all eligible clients that all may read.

Nevada Talking Book Services (NTBS) is a free library service for Nevadans who are unable to use standard print materials due to a visual or physical disability. Books and players are mailed to and from our patrons postage free. The library's collection includes fiction and nonfiction audio books and magazines for all ages.

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Become a Patron

Apply, access background information and more.

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Policies, related service providers, outreach, tours, and more.

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Current Patrons

Access catalogs and bibliographies; find information on equipment and policies.

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SilverLining Newsletters

Access our quarterly newsletters.

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Downloadable Talking Books

Access the Braille and Audio Reading Downloads (BARD) program.

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Donate and Get Involved

Explore ways you can help the Nevada Talking Book Services.

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Contact Us

Phone (775) 684-3354
Toll Free (800) 922-9334
Hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M-F
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Current Events

New ListServe for NLS Patron Engagement Annoucements
New ListServ includes announcements about NLS programs, services, and products that might be of interest to patrons. To be added to this list, send your name and email address to the Patron Engagement Section at

Launch of the New NLS Spanish-Language Website

The National Library Service has launched a Spanish-language website to help connect Spanish speakers to a large and growing collection of Spanish books and magazines. Readers with low vision or blindness, or a disability that prevents them from using regular print materials can find information about NLS, apply for service, as well as find various resources and library materials in Spanish with ease. Take a look and share with your favorite Spanish-language readers.