American Action Fund Free Braille Books Program

The American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults (AAF) is making its free braille books for blind children available online as downloadable BRF files.

Since 1997, the AAF has provided popular and award-winning children’s books, including titles from popular series, to blind children throughout the United States, as well as to libraries and other organizations that serve blind children.

The books have been and will continue to be distributed by mail, but now readers and libraries will be able to download them from the American Action Fund website. The BRF files are ready to be used on braille notetakers and other braille-aware devices.

For more information visit their site.

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  1. I am a case manager for a non for profit organization in Miami, FL. Just got a new client who is legally blind and know how to read braille.
    The organization that I work for does not have the funds to cover the expenses for the recovery books my client needs (AA and 12 steps. Can you guide me into the right path as of getting this much needed material for my client?


    Nelson Gonzalez

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