Talking Books are a free public library service for the visually, physically, and reading disabled. The Northeast Georgia Talking Book Center is part of the Athens-Clarke County Library and the Georgia Library for Accessible Services. For more information about our service, please visit our website.
Monday, March 26, 2012
The event is designed to show appreciation to local authors and give readers a chance to meet the authors. Cafe au Libris is traditionally held at the library, but due to extensive renovations it will be held at and co-hosted by the Lyndon House this year.
This year authors Hugh Acheson, Philip Juras, Judith Ortiz Cofer and Terry Kay will read selections from their new books before offering book signings and answering questions from the public.
Books will also be availabe for purchase with cash or check.
- Web Braille & BARD To Merge
- Mayors for Meals
- Cafe au Libris
- Athens Council of the Blind Fundraiser TONIGHT
- Service Dog Helps Carry Oxygen
- NFB Scholarships for Blind Students
- DB-Review Listserv
- How a Blind Person....
- American Action Fund Makes Free Braille Books Avai...
- Talking Books Patrons to Receive Order Forms
- Books for Keeps Needs Help
- ACCL Teaches Class on Downloadable Books
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