Books to You
Books to You is a free library service provided by the Coeur d’Alene Public Library to patrons of all ages who are unable to visit the library.
Library staff will mail materials to you at no cost.
Materials are available in a variety of formats including:
- Regular books
- Large-print books
- Music CDs
If you are interested in using this service, or know someone who could benefit from this service, contact the Outreach Services Coordinator.
Talking Books is a free service provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries in conjunction with the National Library Service for people who cannot read regular print due to blindness, low vision or other conditions.
For more information, call 1-800-458-3271 or visit http://libraries.idaho.gov/landing/talking-book-service. Your library can also provide you with more information.
Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Visually Impaired
In addition to the Library's general collection and services, we have available:
- “Window Eyes,” a specialized computer software for the visually impaired
- Accessibility features on one of our computers
- Ubi-Duo: this is a communication device that enables people who are deaf/hard of hearing to communicate with a hearing person who does not know ASL without a third party, using type to text conversation
- Large print books
- Applications for “Talking Books” from the Idaho Commission For Libraries
- Books to You- A free mail delivery service to patrons of all ages who are unable to visit the Library
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For more information on these services, please contact the Outreach Services Coordinator.