Lee County Talking Books Library
The Lee County Talking Books Library (a division of the National Library Service or NLS) provides recorded books and magazines to people who need to hear their reading. The library has been serving the local community since 1988, when it began as a subregional operation housed within the Fort Myers-Lee County Public Library. In September 2009, Talking Books Library moved from what had been its permanent home for 19 years at 13240 N. Cleveland Ave. in North Fort Myers to Northwest Regional Library, which opened to the public on Dec. 5, 2009. Talking Books is currently awaiting the opening of its new permanent home on Lee Street in the Fort Myers River District sometime soon. Lee County's Talking Books Library has thousands of holdings in its collection and access to more than 2.5 million titles that are available in many languages. The library also loans narrated magazines and braille materials to its patrons. Click here for more information.