Brought to Arizona in 2002, and coordinated by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, ONEBOOKAZ is an exciting program that brings communities together through literature. Beginning in April every year, this program encourages communities across the State of Arizona to read the same book at the same time and participate in discussions and programs centered around that book. The 2014 ONEBOOKAZ focuses on Arizonans as content creators with an eBook writing competition that was held during November. The selections are now available for digital download.
- To celebrate literature
- To foster a sense of community
- To nurture partnerships
- To support Arizonans as content creators
- To enhance digital literacy skills
If you or someone you know has a visual impairment that makes it difficult to read the print version of this year's ONEBOOKAZ, The Braille and Talking Book Library can provide audio books. The Arizona State Library provides this free service through the mail. For eligibility requirements and an application go to www.azlibrary.gov/braille and select How To Apply.
For more information on Talking Book Library Services, please call 602-255-5578 or toll free 1-800-255-5578 or send email to Arizona Braille and Talking Book Library