Arlington County Library eBooks Now Work With Kindle

By Kathy Banks
|  Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011  |  Updated 10:46 PM EDT
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Arlington Co. Library eBooks Now Work With Kindle

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Kindle users can now borrow eBooks from the Arlington County Public Library website.

“This is big news for… Kindle owners who have been waiting for years not to have to buy every book they want,” library spokesman Peter Golkin told ARLnow.com.

Nook, Sony and other eBook device owners were already borrowing library eBooks.

Library users can wirelessly send an eBook to their Kindle devices by logging into their Amazon account after checking the book out on the library’s website.

The service is free for all Arlington Public Library card holders.

Kindle eBooks are also available at public libraries in D.C., Maryland and northern Virginia.

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