Local Library Users Now Have Access to Thousands More E-Books

By: Litsa Pappas Email
By: Litsa Pappas Email

HARRISONBURG, Va. -- You can now have access to tens of thousands more books for free on your tablet.

The Massanutten Regional Library just announced the new program called 'Freading.'

You can find all those books on the library's website.

Local libraries just got access to these E-books through the Public Library of Virginia.

"We find that it's being used more and more all the time," said Lois Jones, MRL Director. "It's really exciting because we have things for children as well as for adults and so anybody who has a device is able to access it now, whether we're opened or closed, that's the best part!"

Jones says the books are free and several people can check them out at once, so there's no waiting list.

For more information on the new E-book program, you can call the reference desk at the library or visit www.mrlib.org.

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