Yes. The school must have an IEP in place for each child with a disability at the beginning of the school year.
The IEP must include the special education services, related services, and supplementary aids and services that meet your child's unique needs and provide her with a free, appropriate public education FAPE.
If the IEP specifies that your child will have textbooks in Braille, the school must provide these textbooks at the beginning of the school year.
If the school does not provide textbooks at no cost to you, they are not providing your child with FAPE.
The IEP should evaluate your child's reading and writing skills to determine her needs and the appropriate reading and writing media for her. Based on the results of this evaluation, if the IEP team decides your child needs instruction in Braille, the school must provide these textbooks.
A Learning Media Assessment (LMA) identifies the best reading format for your child (i.e., print, Braille, audio combination). A Learning Media Assessment helps the IEP team make other decisions about how to educate your child.