Is there anything like Hoopla in Germany? in Bilingual Education Board Posted May 2 · Report reply 10 minutes ago, Matryoshka said: I have noticed when looking for German books on Amazon US that a lot more is available on Kindle, but it's still usually cheaper to get a used book. How much is Kindle unlimited? It is $10/month, with no limit on the number of books you can get each month (only limit is 10 at any one point in time). So for us, it might be perfect for letting my children and I read more books (if we each had 2 going, we'd hit the 10 limit. lol. And kids books are shorter and quicker, which is a problem sometimes with hoopla (where there are monthly limits), but wouldn't be such a problem if you could get another as soon as you returned the one you're finished with. It *says* there are 9000 hits just in the ebooks for kids in German category, and some of them look pretty cute. It definitely seems like it'd be less about "finding a specific one we want" and more about just "finding something we can use to homeschool kids in two languages."