Fortunately, you can use your existing smartphone, tablet or computer to read all the eBooks you could ever imagine - 800,000 to be exact. Just load up the Kindle app on your smartphone or tablet and the entire Amazon eBook marketplace is available. Or click here to get the Kindle program for your PC.
So, how do I read an eBook from the library?
Go to the website of your local public library and search for Kindle books / eBooks. At checkout, sign in to your Amazon account, and select the Fire tablet, Kindle e-reader, or supported Kindle reading app to send the book to. Connect your device to Wi-Fi and download the title from the Archived Items or Cloud.
Can you print out an eBook?
Depending on publisher-specified limits, up to 100 pages of an EBSCO eBook can be printed, saved or emailed as a PDF file (per user) from within the eBook viewer to be printed at a later time. Notes: If you have reached your printing limit, the option to print or save eBook pages will be temporarily unavailable.
How do you read a book in overdrive?
To get started, borrow an eBook that's available in the OverDrive Read format from your library. Then, click or tap the Read (In your browser) button on your Checkouts page (under your Account) to begin reading it immediately using OverDrive Read.