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The Americans with Disabilities Act requires publishers to "Provide auxiliary aids and services leading to effective communication if it is not an undue burden and does not fundamentally alter... More > the nature of the goods or services provided (e.g., provide alternate format materials such as Braille, large print, and audio tape when [the disabled] can not read standard print materials due to a disability)." According to the National Association for Visually Handicapped: “While reliable statistics are hard to come by, it is now estimated that in the United States 26,000,000 people are afflicted with some visual disorder.” Large print books are also popular among seniors, and readers for whom English is a second language. Make your book attractive to readers with special needs, and you will sell more books. This report shows how.< Less
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