You can borrow Kindle Books from your library and deliver them wirelessly to your Kindle eReader.
If you're using a Kindle Fire, Fire HD, or Fire HDX, please refer to our guide on getting started with Kindle Fire devices.
Note: Kindle Books are currently available for U.S. libraries only.
Use a computer, tablet, or smartphone to open your library's OverDrive website (find it using www.overdrive.com).
On your library's OverDrive website, use the advanced search or search filters to find and borrow an eBook that's available in the Kindle Book format (or, look for the "Available formats" on each title's details page).
Borrowed eBooks will appear on your Bookshelf (under your Account) on your library's OverDrive website. From there, select Download, then Kindle Book, then Confirm & get Kindle Book. You'll be taken to Amazon's website to complete your checkout.
On Amazon's website, follow the on-screen prompts to "Get library book" and wirelessly deliver it to your Kindle eReader. You'll need to sign into your Amazon account to complete this process. If you don't have an Amazon account, you'll be prompted to create one.
Note: Your Kindle eReader must have a Wi-Fi internet connection to download library Kindle Books from Amazon. If you don't have a Wi-Fi connection, you will need to transfer the Kindle Book to your Kindle eReader via USB.
Once you deliver a library Kindle Book to your Kindle eReader, it works like any other Kindle Book.
For a video overview of how to get started with a Kindle, check out our Kindle help videos.
For more help with Kindle eReaders, please visit Amazon support.