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eReader Users Group

Join library staff and other eReader users as we share eBook tips and tricks in an informal environment. Group will meet Tuesday October 23rd from 7:00-8:00 PM in the Purple Room.

eReader Users Group

Join library staff and other eReader users as we share eBook tips and tricks in an informal environment. The group will meet Tuesday, March 20th, 7:00-8:00 PM in the Purple Room.

How to get library eBooks on the Amazon Kindle

KindleWatch this 4-minute video on How to get library eBooks on the Amazon® Kindle. It walks you through the entire process of browsing, checking out and getting a library eBooks for Kindle. It's fun and easy!

Kindle eBooks Now Available

Rejoice, Kindle users!
OverDrive, our library eBook Vendor, has just launched the long-awaited Kindle compatibility initiative. This means all Kindle users will be able to check out OverDrive eBooks and read them on either their Kindle device or other devices using the Kindle apps. When you check out a Kindle book, the "Get for Kindle" link will prompt you to login to your Amazon account. Specific help page is available to walk you through the process.

Log in to our OverDrive eBook site with your CPL card number to get started.

OverDrive App for iPhone & Android Now Supports eBooks

With the free OverDrive Media Console app for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android, you can download both ePub eBooks and MP3 audiobooks directly to your device.
  • Combines eBooks and audiobooks into a single app
  • Enables over-the-air downloading
  • Streamlines the browse, checkout, and download experience on your phone
Go to your Apple store or Android Market under apps for Books & Reference to find the free app and download library books on the go!

Library Compatible eBook Readers

Here is a handy cheatsheet of devices and computers that are currently compatible with CPL's DRM-protected eBook collection. Installation of the free Adobe® Digital Editions is necessary before downloading titles.

Smart Shopping for an eBook Reader

Looking to buy an eBook reader for someone for Christmas? If you are interested in a device that is compatible with the library's free eBook collection, don't forget to check this list before shopping. A compatible device will allow you to check out and download free titles by using your Canton Library card. Our eBooks are available in ePub, Adobe PDF, and Mobipocket formats.

eBook Reader Comparisons

If you are in the market for an eBook Reader, you might wish to check in here to find more on specs, features, and the device's compatibility with the CPL eBook collection.

Kobo eReader review: A simple eBook reader

Borders recently launched its eReader Kobo on the market, joining Amazon's Kindle, Sony eReader, and Barnes & Nobles Nook to give consumers another choice on devices. Megan Greer at OverDrive gives us an honest look at this new device which supports DRM-protected ePub and Adobe ebooks from the CPL collection.
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