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Registered: ‎06-08-2011
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Nook library lending

Hi everyone,


I have had a Nook since last December, and would like to find a library that will lend me books.  I live in a small town, and our local library does not participate in ebook lending. 


Do you know of a library that will accept non-local ereader members?

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Registered: ‎05-27-2011
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Re: Nook library lending

Try searching here to see what is closest to you


I hear that some libraries will allow you to join via an internet application.  My local ones (Wake Co;., NC) require you to go in person and show proof of county residence.  I think that out of county residents can also join but pay an annual fee, which is often possible with other libraries.