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Digital books for free from your library

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Your tax dollars likely pay for them so you might as well use them!  Libraries across the country and Colorado pay for a service called Overdrive.  By downloading the Overdrive all on your tablet or smartphone you can "borrow" ebooks from your local library.

Click here to see if your local library or school has Overdrive

The selection will depend on what your local library or school buys.  They essentially buy ebook licenses that you can borrow.  So, if they have 20 digital copies of a certain book then only 20 people can check it out at a single time.

Some libraries also offer audiobooks, videos, magazines and newspapers.  Best of all, you'll never be charged a late fee and you won't lose a book.

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