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talking book

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Definition of talking book in English:

noun

A recorded reading of a book, originally designed for use by blind people.
Example sentences
  • He's done some charity work, painting plant pots and recording talking books for the blind.
  • Patrons can access large print books, talking books, audio and video recordings and use the internet in addition to journals and media.
  • There are about 3,000 members who every month borrow about 5,000 items mainly books but also talking books on tape, films and educational programmes on video and DVD.

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