Mail-A-Book & the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library

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Do I qualify for library services by mail?

The NWLS Mail-A-Book program is a county-funded library service for people of all ages who cannot use a public library because of disability or travel limitation or living in areas without a local public library. Walter E. Olson Memorial Library is a member of NWLS and this service is available to residents of Vilas County.

Eligibility for the Mail-A-Book service is outlined on the Mail-A-Book Card Application.

To apply for Mail-A-Book service, print, complete, sign, and send the application to the address on the application.

The Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL) is a also a service available to Wisconsin residents eligible for access to special collections of Braille and recorded books, audio-described videotapes and DVDs, playback and digital equipment. For more information visit or phone (800) 242-8822.

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