How To Loan A Kindle Book To Anyone



How to Share Books on Kindle

Steps

Lending a Book

  1. Log in to Amazon.com.Visit www.amazon.com/mycd to find the “Manage Your Content and Devices” page. Click on the “Content” tab. This should pull up the books you have downloaded on your Kindle.
  2. Select a Book.Click the “Select” box next to the book you want to lend to a friend, then click on the “Actions” box to pull up a small menu of choices. Select “Loan this title”.
    • If “Loan this title” is not an option when you pull up the actions menu, it means this book can’t be loaned.
  3. Enter your friend’s email address.When you click on “Loan this title” it brings up a page where you can enter the information of the friend you want to lend the book to. Enter the email address, the recipient’s name, and an optional message in the spaces provided, and then click the “Send” button.
  4. Tell your friend to look for the email.The recipient will have seven days to accept the loaned book and fourteen days from accepting to keep it. Once the fourteen days are done, the book will be returned to your library.
    • You won’t be able to access the book on any device during the loan period.

Setting Up a Family Library

  1. Create an Amazon Household.You must join an Amazon Household to be able to set up a Family Library. An Amazon Household can include up to two adults with their own individual Amazon accounts and up to four children with child profiles created as a part of an adult’s account.
  2. Visit the “Manage Accounts and Devices” page.Click on the “Your Content” tab.
  3. Pick the profile to add the content to.Choose the adult profile or a child’s Free Time profile to add the content to, and click “OK”.

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  • Question
    How do I download a book onto my Kindle Fire that my wife downloaded on her Kindle? I want to be able to access it when away from Wifi.
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Thanks!
  • Question
    Can both adults sharing the family library have access to the book during the same time period? For example, adult A reads the book from 3 - 4:00 PM, and adult B reads the same book on a different device from 7 - 8:00 PM of the same day?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    If you are using the same account on Amazon, or otherwise sharing the book electronically, you should be able to read the book on both devices. Unfortunately, if you are on the same account, it may sync your reading progress onto both devices if you are reading at the same time, so you may have to set a bookmark after you read.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How does the person I'm lending the book to actually get the book on their Kindle?
    Jessica Chris
    Community Answer
    Once you lend the book and ensure you have typed all the details correctly, the book will automatically appear in that person's library.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    I set up a family library. How do I sync the library on the other device?
    Jessica Chris
    Community Answer
    You must join an Amazon Household to be able to set up a Family Library. Make sure your other device is connected to your Amazon Household.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    None of my books seem to be "lendable." Why?
    Jessica Chris
    Community Answer
    Certain books cannot be loaned. Look for books that can be borrowed when you purchase a new book. It will indicate if a book can be loaned on the book’s product detail page.
    Thanks!
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  • Your friend doesn’t need a Kindle to read the loaned book. They can download a free Kindle reading app on their device to access the book.
  • Look for books that can be borrowed when you purchase a new book. It will indicate if a book can be loaned on the book’s product detail page.
  • Send the email to your friend’s personal email address so they will be sure to get the email. Sometimes a person’s personal email address isn’t their Kindle email address.

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