Accessible copies of our books

Penguin Random House UK works in partnership with the RNIB (Royal National Institute for the Blind) - one of the UK’s leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people - to provide access to our books for readers affected by sight loss.

If you are a member of the RNIB, you will soon be able to find our books in a range of formats in the Bookshare, Talking Books and RNIB Libraries.

If you are not a member of the RNIB or have a specific access request, please get in touch by emailing

This partnership will support our efforts to make our books more inclusive and accessible as part of our Creative Responsibility strategy. We are also ensuring that all newly published e-books meet high standards of accessibility, introducing new measures like full searchable and resizable text, captioned media and including clear navigation.

Website accessibility

We're committed to making accessible to everyone, including disabled users. Our long-term goal is to be able to conform to a level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines to ensure that the website is accessible as possible.

We intend to continue improving our accessibility. If you have any questions or problems, please email


Most web browsers can magnify webpages without distorting the design,  making the page more legible for visually impaired users. This feature is supported on the following web browsers:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7+
  • Mozilla Firefox 3+
  • Apple Safari 4+
  • Google Chrome 2.0+


The colours on our website have been chosen to provide a high degree of contrast to maximise visibility.


You can search our website for authors and titles using your keyboard. Some areas on the site now use tabbed containers to allow you to select the information you want. All the available content can be read by screen-readers when the page is loaded.


You can find additional information on our website in the form of Adobe PDF files. Clicking on a link to these files will open a new browser window. We're working to make our most important documents fully accessible.

Alternatively you can use Adobe's online tools to convert PDF files to HTML. For more information about reading these files with assistive technology, please visit