How Do I Borrow a Book From the Kindle Owner's Lending Library? | The Digital ReaderYou can lend a Kindle book to another reader for up to 14 days. The borrower does not need to own a Fire tablet or Kindle e-reader and can read the book after downloading a free Kindle reading app. Video: Lend and Borrow Kindle Books. A Kindle book can only be loaned one time. Magazines and newspapers are not currently available for lending. You can loan eligible Kindle books from the product detail page of a book you purchased on Amazon. Note: Be sure to send the Kindle book loan notification to the recipient's personal email address and not their Send to Kindle email address.
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This benefit is also available to Fire tablet owners, but it can be hard to find. The Kindle Owner's Lending Library started with only around five thousand titles and is currently at over 1,, Kindle ebooks, according to my Kindle's all-categories display for the lending library. You can read one Kindle ebook from the KOLL per calendar month, without dealing with waiting times or due dates, but the only way to do so is from your Kindle or Fire tablet. After I turn on my Kindle and navigate to the home page, I press the "cart" symbol on the menu bar. This takes you to a page that defaults to showing all the titles in KOLL. If you select the "Refine" option you can drill down to specific categories. It is a lot harder to explain where to find the Kindle Owner's Lending Library on the Fire tablets due to the significant menu changes Amazon made with each major firmware update, but if you keep looking you will find it.