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Queensland Narrating Service is one of a handful of non-profit organisations in Australia which produce audio material for people with print disabilities. Queensland Narrating Service acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of the land in which we live and work. We pay respect to them and their elders, both past and present.

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Annual Report for 2019

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Funded by Queensland Government

QNS talks:

*52nd Annual General Meeting. The organisation celebrated its 52nd year at the AGM on Friday 8 November at Queen Alexandra Home.

*Quality Assurance. How to Get the Best Sounding Audio for your Narrations.

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Here are some of the latest books added to the catalogue:
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Haunted by the Roman attack that destroyed her home, Ailia flees to the remote Welsh mountains in search of the charismatic war king, Caradog, who is leading a guerrilla campaign against the encroaching army. Click to continue…

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In 1788 a young gentlewoman raised in the vicarage of an English village married a handsome, haughty and penniless army officer. Click to continue…

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After a year apart, Maryanne returns to her husband, Roy, bringing their eight-year-old son Daniel and his teenage sister Freya with her. The family move from Sydney to Newcastle, where Roy has bought a derelict house on the coast. As Roy painstakingly patches the holes in the floorboards and plasters over cracks in the walls, Maryanne believes, for a while, that they can rebuild a life together. Click to continue…

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As a child, Daniel Sempere discovered a book that would change his life forever. Click to continue…