DENVER (CBS4)- Denver Public Library card holders can check out books without ever leaving home thanks to the library’s eReader collection.
CBS4 Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll checked out the system that lets Kindle users download books free of charge. Watch her report above.
“You’re borrowing a book for three weeks, the same way you borrow other eBooks or borrow a book from the library,” said librarian Janet Ryan.
At the end of three weeks, the book automatically expires so there’s no late fee. If you haven’t finished the book, simply check it out again free of charge.
The Denver Public Library has 6,500 titles available online. To check out an eBook, users must have a library card from Denver or Boulder.
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