I was telling a friend about how I've been reading a bunch of books lately for free and he said that he would like to know how I managed to set myself up to do this. So instead of sending the instructions only to him, I thought, why not share it with everyone?
As the weather gets colder, outdoor activities can seem less appealing, especially for us here in Florida where it even seems to be raining all the time now. Snuggling up with a good book can be the perfect activity when this is the case.
Times are tough and and of course the app is free. It’s free to install, and there are no subscription costs, no in-app purchases, and no late fees ... which of course is even better than a real library.
All you need is a valid library card from your current library. Libraries have varying requirements for library cards. Your best bet is to contact your local library directly (or visit their website) to see what you need to do.
I'm currently reading The Flight Attendant, which I just found out will be made into a movie by Kaley Cuoco! I'm loving it and it's free!
Here is a video with more information.
Libby works with public libraries that use OverDrive. Over 90% of public libraries in North America have OverDrive, and Libby can be found in 78 countries worldwide. If you're not sure, try searching for your library on overdrive.com.
Good luck setting it up and happy reading friends!