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By Michael Edward Miller
Michael Edward Miller
Chattanooga, TN – If you own an iPhone, an iPad, or a Barnes and Noble Nook, you'll be happy to hear this: The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library now has e-books available for download.
From the library's Web site:
The Public Library would like to announce our new E-Book Collection. Due to popular demand from both patrons and staff we are now building on this newest innovation in reading. You will need an E-Reader with EPUB capabilities. If you're not sure about your e-reader, check the Overdrive Website for a list or contact the manufacturer of your e-reader.
We will be focusing on bestselling authors and summer reading books for our Teen patrons. If you would like to make a request just contact the library. We will process requests as money becomes available.