CLARK — Clark Public Library has expanded its download collection with the addition of eBooks at www.clarklibrary.org. From the comfort of home, cardholders can browse the collection, check out, and download eBooks anytime, anywhere.
eBooks can be read on a computer using free reader software called Adobe Digital Editions. eBooks can also be transferred to popular e-reading devices like the Sony Reader and the Barnes & Noble nook. Many eBooks feature reflowable text that allows a user to resize the text and alter the display to fit any screen size.
“eBooks are growing in popularity and we are excited to offer this new format in addition to the many audiobooks currently available. We have purchased hundreds of best selling and classic titles, all of which can be read on your computer or compatible portable reading device,” said Library Director Patty Anderson.
To check out eBooks or audiobooks, users need a valid Clark library card, a computer and internet connection. At the end of the lending period, titles automatically expire and are returned to the collection. Users may return eBooks early. For more information about how to download eBooks, contact the library at 1-732-388-5999 and ask for the reference desk.
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