Being able to borrow books was not always possible on Kindle. Amazon did finally make that happen a few months ago. Not everyone prefers buying e-books all the time. Finding local libraries that lend e-books is not that challenging if you know your way around OverDrive’s website. Let’s not forget that public library books for Kindle are available at libraries that offer digital services from OverDrive. You can search for e-books, libraries, and bookstores on OverDrive.
Just provide the site with your zip code or the name of your city, and you are set. In most cases, you should be able to get a few decent results from OverDrive’s search engine. Each listing will show you the content formats you can get. The local address for each library is provided as well.
In order to check out a Kindle book from a library, you should get a pin number and a library card. Your favorite library site will most likely tell you how you can use what you borrow. Once you are done with this process, you are going to be redirected to Amazon to choose the device you want to deliver the e-book you have just borrowed to.
If you prefer borrowing ebooks for a short time and reading them before buying, OverDrive’s site is your best friend. It makes finding local libraries you can borrow from a piece of cake.
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