Resource of the Month: e-iNC Library

e-inc_lib_logoTired of paying a fortune for eBooks? Wish there were a free alternative? Lucky you! As a Chatham County Public Library patron, you have access to our eBook collection (e-iNC Library), which contains over 12,000 eBook and eAudiobook titles, all available to download for FREE with your library card!

Our collection contains fiction and nonfiction titles for adults, young adults, and children alike. Here’s just a sample of what you’ll find:

  • The Goldfinch – Donna Tartt
  • The Invention of Wings – Sue Monk Kidd
  • NYPD Red 2 – James Patterson
  • The Fault in Our Stars – John Green
  • Harry Potter series – J. K. Rowling
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid – Jeff Kinney
  • Disney titles

To check out our collection on a computer, visit www.chathamlibraries.org and click on “Download eBooks” in the left-hand menu. Search by author, title, or subject, or just browse collections to see what’s on our digital shelves.

Patrons may check out four titles at a time, with a three-week checkout period. At the end of your lending period, titles will automatically expire and be returned to the collection for the next patron to check out. This means you’ll never incur a late fee on an eBook title!

Download to your iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle, Nook, or other e-reader device. Step-by-step instructions are available here, at the bottom of the page. Make sure to click on the appropriate device, as download instructions vary widely among devices.

Questions?  Give us a call at the Reference Desk to schedule an appointment for one-on-one assistance: 919-545-8086.

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