Russian TV presenters, theater and film actors read books for blind and visually impaired children together with the winners of the Live Classics reading competition. This idea appeared in the year of the 10th anniversary of the competition - 2020. The proposal was submitted by the readers of "Living Classics", and the idea to record an audio library for children with visual impairments was supported by famous adults: Yulia Menshova, Alisa Grebenshchikova, Viktor Nabutov, Polina Raikina, Ekaterina Strizhenova, Sergei Chonishvili and others. Their voices are used to sound stories and stories of contemporary authors. Relatives of visually impaired children can leave an application on the foundation's website for dubbing a child's favorite book or for a book of specific content. The reader will contact the applicant and read the book in real time, recommend similar ones, and exchange impressions. Communication in conditions of home isolation is especially important. Audio recordings are stored in the audio library of the Living Classics Foundation and are available for free listening on the website. Let us remind you that "Living Classics" is the largest literary project for children in Russia. More than 10 million schoolchildren from all over the country have already become its participants. Also, teenagers from 80 countries of the world participate in it every year. The main task of the competition is to create a literary community in which the basic laws are simple: it is important to develop intelligence, be smart to be cool, to read is fashionable. The Living Classics Foundation works under the patronage of the Ministry of Education and with a grant from the President of the Russian Federation for the development of civil society. Previously, his partner was the Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications. The competition is also supported by the administrations of all regions of Russia.