Apply for a Library Card Today!

The Montana Talking Book Library

The Montana Talking Book Library (MTBL) is a service provided by the Montana State Library for eligible Montana residents who are unable to read standard print due to low vision, blindness, and physical and/or reading disabilities. 

MTBL works in partnership with the National Library Service (NLS) and Montana Public Libraries to provide free loaned digital library audio books and magazines delivered two ways: 1) Free door-to-door delivery of audio and Braille books, magazines, and players, and/or 2) Downloadable books and magazines for patrons who have high speed internet and an email account. MTBL also has an agreement with the Utah State Library to provide free Braille embossed library services to patrons of the Montana Talking Book Library.  To find out more about this fabulous service, visit the State Library’s website  or talk to your local public library staff.

MTBL does not provide Large Print books.  To learn more about resources for Large Print books and textbooks, please go to the Textbooks page on the  MTBL website.

Share this post

More Articles

Stillwater county library

Hours of Operation