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Royal National Institute for the Blind’s

By David Rehem on November 26th, 2007

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audio-books-nov26.jpgAccording to Royal National Institute for the Blind’s (RNIB) around 75,000 people in the region risk exclusion from the National Year of Reading 2008, because they can’t read 96 per cent of books only available in standard print. Susan Khan, service manager for Sight Service, said “We support the RNIB on this; people without any sight rely on audio books, which also don’t come out at the same time.” Julianne Marriott, RNIB campaigner, said: “RNIB believes that people with sight problems have the right to read the same book, at the same time, at the same price as everyone else, we need the Government and publishers to work together to end this book famine.”


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