03-02-2011 10:15 AM
First, you need Adobe Edition. Open it and plug the Nook into your computer. When it loads and shows the books on the Nook simply select the book. There will be an upside down triangle to the left of the title. Click on it. You'll see options like delete this book and return it. Choose return it and that's all you have to do. I will ask you to confirm this is what you want to do.
08-17-2011 02:21 AM
08-17-2011 10:55 AM
[This Info was WRONG there is no option to retun a book!!!! Only delete it!!!]
Overdrive on my iPad did the same thing, so I gave up and hit "delete". When I did that, up popped two options, "return and delete" and "simply delete". So my advice would be ...
08-17-2011 01:31 PM
If it is a lend me book, it will go away on its own after 2 weeks.
If it is a library book, and you have Adobe Digital on your computer, there should be an arrow right next to the book, you can click this, and there should be an option to return the book.
Hope this helps.
08-18-2011 02:19 AM
Just a reminder. Library ebooks do not *need* to be returned at the end of the loan period, the way a traditional library book does. You can return it early, if you're finished and would like to be considerate to any wait-list patrons (see directions above). However, if you do nothing, the ebook will expire at the end of the loan period and be unable to opened. The book then "returns" to the library and is available for the next customer. You can delete the file through Adobe editions, or on the N1E by selecting on the book, selecting "idem details & options" and "delete".
This feature has saved me many late fees - I often am reading multiple books at once, and have had several library books expire on me before I remember the due date. Of course, this means I sometimes have to wait in line again to finish the book, or break down and actually buy the book if it's a good one
08-21-2011 02:12 PM
This Info was WRONG there is no option to retun a book!!!! Only delete it!!!
Sorry to say you're the one that's wrong so please don't be so adamant.
05-07-2012 07:53 AM
I was wondering the same thing as I borrowed a book from a friend thru B & N. I just went to my library in B & N and there is the option to return. Took all of about 3 sec to do and was so easy I was worried for nothing. Good luck and hope you find the answer you need.