Library offering help with e-readersPublished 11:06am Thursday, August 1, 2013
FROM STAFF REPORTS
Locals looking for help with their Nooks, Kindles and other e-readers can take a stop at the Pelham Public Library.
The library staff is trained to use these devices, and is eager to help.
People with questions are encouraged to drop by the library with their devices during regular business hours.
Help is also available at Pelhamlibrary.com under the “Resources” menu, where there are a variety of printable guides and useful links.
The Pelham Public Library currently offers downloadable books in both audio and text formats that are compatible with a range of devices, including Nooks, Kindles, iPods and mp3 players.
The material is free to download for any Shelby County Library cardholder, and can be accessed at Camellia.lib.overdrive.com.