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If you have considered renting ebooks from your local library but weren’t sure how to start, here’s a brief overview. Later, I’ll cover how to use an app subscription model (like Scrib) and an ebook purchase service (like Kindle). Getting Started Below are some reading apps common among libraries. Start with one and see how it goes. Note borrow/checkout days or items allowed to rent per month vary by library. Not all apps are offered at libraries. Reading apps offered Items to Consider Questions for you