Amazon Kindle books are now available at over 11,000 local libraries across the United States.
Amazon announced in a News Release that Kindle and Kindle app users can now borrow Kindle books from public libraries.
This means that you can now check out a Kindle book from your local library and read it on any generation Kindle device or free Kindle reading app.
You’ll have access to all the unique features of Kindle books, including real page numbers and Whispersync technology that synchronizes your notes, highlights, and last page read.
After a public library book expires, you can check it out again or choose to purchase it from the Kindle store, and all of your annotations and bookmarks will be preserved.
Just visit the website of a U.S. library that offers digital services from OverDrive and check out a Kindle book using your valid library card.
Read more about Amazon Kindle Library Books at Amazon.com.
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Get Kindle books at your local library today.