2004 marked the 20th anniversary and the final edition of the Torgi Literary Awards for Books in Alternative Formats. The Tiny TORGI PrintBraille Book Award recognized excellence in children’s Canadian literature and the importance of braille as a literacy tool for young readers who are blind or visually impaired. Young jurors who read braille chose their favourite PrintBraille book for the Tiny TORGI award. In 1999, the Tiny TORGI Audio Award for best recorded children's talking book was introduced. Winners were announced annually in October.