Read Public Library Books on Amazon Kindle Fire

Read Public Library Books on Amazon Kindle Fire. Want to read many books anywhere? Just get Amazon Kindle Fire. This nice tablet offer Public Library Books from more than 11,000 libraries in the United States. Imagine how fun it will be! You are not only able to read many kinds of book, but also synchronizes your notes, highlights and last page read, and more. To get those benefits, check our guide of How to Read Public Library Books on Amazon Kindle Fire here.

First, visit the OverDrive website at http://search.overdrive.com/ to confirm whether library in the United States that offer digital services from OverDrive. Then, select “Library Search” and enter your city name or postal code and select your local library. Search for and check out your Kindle book selections. When prompted, log in with your library card ID and PIN.

Next step of How to Read Public Library Books on Amazon Kindle Fire, once you’ve checked out your title, choose Get for Kindle. You’ll be redirected to Amazon.com’s Public Library Loan page for that title. Next, choose your device from the Deliver to menu, and choose Get library book to send the book to your reading app or device. After that, you can read the book on your Kindle Fire conveniently.

For tips, make sure yourWi-Fi connection is active for wireless delivery to a Kindle device. It because library books will not be delivered via your Kindle’s 3G connection. As options, you may instead choose to load your library book via USB. Both Mac and Windows users can manage Kindle content through a USB connection. Choose the best for you. Enjoy.

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