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Do you remember the old American Printing House for the Blind (APH) shopping database? It was confusing, hard to search, and even harder to link to. It was difficult to find what you were looking for or share what you had found with friends or therapists.

APH has finally updated their shopping database! Check out their new shopping page and have fun searching through all their neat books and products. And don't forget to talk to your TVI about quota funds!

Click here to browse the new APH shop.

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