The ever-evolving world of the Internet has made eBooks a popular commodity, and they continue to gain popularity as more and more people opt for the convenience of these digital equals to the traditional printed books. In fact, reports say U.S. citizens are reading electronic books now more than ever, with one in five American adults reading at least one eBook per year. If you use a Kindle or Nook to read books and wonder where you can borrow eBooks or if you like reading on your iPad and want to borrow eBooks for free instead of buying them, stop by City Hall on Saturday, April 28 to learn about the vast resources the Mission Viejo Library provides for eBooks.
The program is from 10 a.m. to noon in the Saddleback Room at City Hall, 200 Civic Center. It will focus on the major different eBook devices and will show you how to borrow eBooks from the library, located just across the way. The program is limited to 50 people, and registration is required by calling the Reference Desk at 949-830-7100 ext. 5105 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.