Guest Posted December 10, 2011 Share Posted December 10, 2011 So I was talking to my sister on the phone today and need help clearing something up. She mentioned that she wanted a Nook for Christmas, mainly because Kindle only allows you to check out one item at a time from the library. I told her that wasn't true - if you have Amazon Prime/Library Lending, then you can only check out one at a time (true?) but that at my regular public library, I could check out more. My library states that you can check out 10 at a time (via the website), regardless of whether it's audio, Nook, or Kindle. Now, I don't have my Kindle (yet!) but can someone correct me if that's wrong? ETA: I know you don't know *my* library, but has anyone experienced that you can only check out one Kindle book from the library at a time vs. more on the Nook? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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