Kindle users now have access to e-books at The Seattle Public Library, thanks to a partnership between Seattle-based Amazon and e-book distributor Overdrive. Today the Seattle Public Library announced that Kindle users will have access to over 25,000 titles from the Library’s e-book collection.
According to the School Library Journal, the e-books will be added at no charge to libraries that already use OverDrive. The e-book collections can be read on Kindle devices or by using free Kindle apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Overdrive, together with Amazon, added the e-book Kindle service to the 11,000 public and school libraries websites in its network, including Seattle Public Library.
For more information about the Library’s collection of e-books, visit the Seattle Public Library website.