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rocci
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2 nooks in family, is there a way to have books sent to different nooks?

My 11 year old wanted a nook after seeing mine.  I purchased him one, but am wondering if it is possible to have our book orders seperated?  I have a lot of romance books on mine and am thinking that he may not care to have all of those on his nook.  Or do I need to set him up with an account for himself?

Doug_Pardee
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Re: 2 nooks in family, is there a way to have books sent to different nooks?

Set up a separate account. This will also make things much easier some years down the road when he leaves home. He can take his e-books with him.

 

See the link in my signature about sharing e-books within a family.

 

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CasperAZ
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Re: 2 nooks in family, is there a way to have books sent to different nooks?

rocci, it was very nice of you to give your 11 year old son a Nook. :smileyhappy:

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