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How do I download the Free Fridays Books onto my NookColor?

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Re: Downloading

Have you found the free friday's listing in the shop area? Or is it not showing up on friday? If you don't know where to look, go to the shop home and at the top drag the books to the left. It's like changing pages. You will see dots above that will show the page you are on. Keep changing pages until you either see the friday selection (on friday) or until you can't go any further. If this doesn't work, you can look for them in the free book thread in the nook book discussion area.

I can't put the link here right now, but you hit the link to browse book clubs below your user name and go to the book discussion area.
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