So, you got a NOOK or a Kindle Fire or an iPad for Christmas and now you’ve used up the gift cards that came with it. Ebooks are convenient but they sure can be expensive. Like always, the Library is here to help.
As a member of the Delaware County Library System, the Upper Darby Libraries can offer you access to thousands of titles for kids and adults of all types. Best of all, they’re FREE.
If you feel pretty confident about your ability to download, click here to go right to the “catalog” page and start looking for your next book.
If you want some help on getting started, don’t worry, there’s plenty of help right here. You’ll get a guided tour on how to check out titles, how long you can keep them, and more.
If you’re still not sure about getting into this whole ereader “thing”, try clicking here first. Choose the exact device you have (or are thinking about getting!) and watch a step by step video on how to use them. (Thanks to the Rachel Kohl Library for the production of these videos. Just remember, whenever it says, “Rachel Kohl Library” think “Upper Darby Libraries”!)
Don’t forget that you can download audio-books, too. Listen while you commute, or workout, or just work. You can transfer books to dozens of players or listen on your computer. Follow the same link to search for your next “good listen”.