How to Share Kindle Ebooks With Family Members

How to Share Kindle Ebooks With Family Members

Read a great book on your Kindle? You can share your ebooks with other folks in your home so they don’t have to buy their own copies. Here’s how.

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How to Share Kindle Ebooks With Family Members

You’ve bought and collected a healthy array of ebooks for your Kindle library, either on a Kindle device or on your computer, smartphone, or tablet using the Kindle app. Now other members of the family want to read one of your ebooks. Do they have to buy their own copies? Nope, not if you create a Family Library.

By setting up a Family Library, you can swap ebooks with other family members. The Family Library allows for two adults, each with his or her own Amazon account, and up to four children. Once the library is created, you can share ebooks, and other content, with your whole family.

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