Have you downloaded an ebook from the library yet? Are you already an avid ebook reader, but just want to try something new? Either way, be sure to participate in the Big Library Read in the Washington Anytime Library. During the Big Library Read, anybody with a library card can download a copy of an ebook immediately — no waiting lists or holds — and read it on whatever gadget they own, whether it’s an iPhone, iPad, Nook, Android phone, Android tablet, Kindle, Kobo, laptop computer, desktop computer… well, you get the idea.
This time around, the book is Laurien Berenson’s A pedigree to die for — a fun mystery where our heroine’s only clue is a missing pedigreed poodle. You can download the book now, and keep it until June 18th. No need to worry about late fees, because the book will simply disappear from your device when the Big Library Read is done. Overdrive, the company that provides the Anytime Library with its ebooks, hopes this will turn into a “virtual, global book club,” so if you like the book, be sure to talk about it using the #biglibraryread hashtag.