Love reading? Love talking about books you’ve read? Join the Prevention of Blindness Society this summer as POBREADS gathers virtually each third Friday at 11:00am to discuss titles focused on different sorts of human interaction, then share your own reading recommendations. Our goal is enjoyment, so everyone can contribute to the conversation! All of these books are available through your local Talking Books library for free, as well as for purchase through Audible or in Kindle format. All who register will receive a special gift from POBREADS!
June 17 (Non-fiction): Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law by Mary Roach (DB 105210, BR 23940)
July 15 (Mystery): The Maid by Nita Prose (DB 106298)
August 19 (Historical Fiction): The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles (DB 105197)
Registration is required. Call (202) 234-1010 ext 233 or visit pobreads.org to register.
Sign Up For Talking Books Service
Do you or someone you know have low or no vision? Do you have a physical disability that makes it difficult to hold or read a traditional print book? Consider signing up for Alexandria Library's Talking Book Service. This is a free service provided to qualifying residents of the City of Alexandria through the National Library Service. For more information about our Talking Books Service call 703-746-1760 or visit: https://alexlibraryva.org/talking-book To apply, download an application from our website.