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Free Library eBook downloads are up 33 percent

Philadelphians are borrowing eBooks so much that the Free Library is changing its policies to ensure that everyone gets a chance to read the books.

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Philadelphians are borrowing eBooks so much that the Free Library is changing its policies to ensure that everyone gets a chance to read the books.

eBook downloads are up 33 percent from this time last year, the Free Library said in a blog post announcing policy change.

Last month, Free Library members checked out more than 45,000 eBooks. Find a list of the top 10 most downloaded eBooks here.

h/t PhillyMag

Companies: Free Library of Philadelphia
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