Kindle Now Compatible with King County Library System Ebooks

The King County Library System's eBook collection now is compatible with Kindle eBook devices. It also is compatible with iPad/iPhone, Nook and Android devices.

The King County Library System has announced that it now offers Kindle compatibility for its OverDrive Digital Downloads of eBooks.

The library system's digital downloads are already available for Nook, Android and iPad, according to the King County Library System website.

Kindle users have been able to download and read library system eBooks as of 9 a.m. on Monday.

The library system, which operates   is rapidly expanding its eBook collection, which now includes 15,000 titles. They can also be downloaded on personal computers and other digital devices.

For more information check the library system's website: www.kcls.org/downloads.

—Information from King County Library System

Vicki Heck September 25, 2011 at 01:25 PM
Hello! I'm a librarian at Mercer Island Library. I did an eReader demo yesterday at Mercer Island and today (Sunday) I'm doing an eReader Demo at our *Newport Way Library* branch at 1pm if you care to come and learn how to checkout library books on your eReader device - Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Nook, Sony, etc. Newport Way Library - 14250 SE Newport Way, Bellevue.
Ken Urman, Real Estate Broker September 25, 2011 at 02:36 PM
A terrific service. Glad to hear about it.
Jerry Gropp Architect AIA September 27, 2011 at 02:04 PM
I just bought a Nook "Color"- now I have to learn how to use this slick device. I'll be heading up to our MI Library soon.J-
Jerry Gropp Architect AIA September 28, 2011 at 03:09 PM
Yesterday I did go to our MI Library where the always helpful staff gave me a "KCLS eBooks: Get Started" handout sht. to help me do just that. More on this later, J-
Jerry Gropp Architect AIA October 04, 2011 at 12:13 AM
I decided to switch over to a "Kindle" instead. My reason being free 3G downloads of Library books anywhere in the world- directly to my (soon to arrive) Kindle- without any need to go through my computer.


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