World Book Day – access for all

We wanted to share some of our favourite recourses to help you get into a good book and enjoy the new worlds you might discover. For more information about how we can support you, call us on: 01243 828 555.  
Reading can open up a world of possibilities and enhance the imagination, which is why it is so important for every child (and adult) to be able to enjoy the books of their choice.

World Book Day Titles

The latest world book day titles are available for all eligible children and can be accessed in the most suitable format for your child / young person:

  • RNIB are able to provide this years World Book Day titles in braille or audio – To order just contact the Helpline on 0303 123 9999.  We just need the name of the child and the delivery address, we do not ask you to send in any vouchers.
  • Guidedogs are able to provide the titles in Giant print book formats – to order call: 0118 9838275.

World Book Day have also got a fantastic line up of digital events to celebrate their 25th birthday and these can be enjoyed  from the comfort of your home. The events will be available through their YouTube channel, as well as on their website – No registration is needed



4Sight Vision Support’s very own monthly book club – Come along and have a chat about the latest books you have enjoyed and hear some recommendations from others too.

Currently meeting as a virtual group via the Zoom video & teleconferencing facility over the internet or by phone.

For further details about the clubs or for assistance with using Zoom – please call us on:  01243 828555.


Library services

Did you know that the wonderful West Sussex Libraries have a wide range of stock and services for children & adults with a visual impairment. This includes: large print books, audiobooks, braille books, audio-described DVD’s, eBooks (with different viewing options), eAudiobooks and reading groups.

As well as in person and online services, the library can also arrange a volunteer to deliver you books and audiobooks free of charge.

Find out more on the West Sussex Library website, here.


Living Paintings

A free postal library of Touch to See books that provides access to the visual world for blind and partially sighted children and adults. Including: What the Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Lydia Monks, The Roald Dahl Collection, and lots of different arts, history and science adventures and factual books too.

Find our more on the Living Paintings website, here.


We are here to support you.

If you’re finding it difficult to read your favourite book, newspapers or following recipes, we can help you and advise you on various items, such as correct magnification, lighting, and other accessibility aids to make these a joy once more.

For more information about our county wide services and to speak with a member of our friendly team, call us on 01243 828 555.