Nota has a range of audio booksand e-books for dyslexic, visualyl impaired or otherwise print impaired readers. The purpose of Nota is to ensure equal access to knowledge, community participation and experiences for people who can not read plain text. Their collection of accessible digital books holds more than 50,000 audio books, e-books and Braille books. Nota offers fiction and non-fiction, study books and school books.
Registration is required,and to become a member you must be able to document that you cannot read ordinary printed text.