How to Borrow a Library Book for your Kindle:

How to Borrow a Library Book for your Kindle:
1. Go to
2. Click on Downloadable Media
3. Click on the ListenUp! Vermont icon.
4. Either search for a book or author in the search box or browse
available ebooks. Once you find a book to check out, make sure that it is
available as a Kindle Book and that there is an available library copy.
5. Click Add to Basket
6. Click Proceed to Checkout
7. Select Rutland Free Library from the list of libraries.
8. Enter your Library Card number
9. Click Confirm Checkout
10. Choose Get for Kindle. You'll be redirected to's Public
Library Loan page for that title. (You may be required to log in to your account -- or create a new account -- if you're not already
logged in).
11. Choose your device from the Deliver to menu, and
12. Choose Get library book to send the book to your reading app or
13. Load your library book onto your Kindle by either connecting to a
wireless network or using a USB connection.
Note: Public library books require an active Wi-Fi connection for wireless
delivery to a Kindle device. Library books will not be delivered via your
Kindle's 3G connection. If trying to send to a Kindle device and do not have an
active Wi-Fi connection, you may instead choose to load your library book via
USB. Both Mac and Windows users can manage Kindle content through a USB
Helpful Links:
Check out Listen Up! Vermont’s Quickstart Guide or Digital Help
Amazon’s Public Library Kindle Help page
Or this video made for the Boston Public Library demonstrating how to check out a
Kindle Book