Check Out a Nook Simple Touch

 Just Added eBook Titles

All the Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doeer


What is the Nook Simple Touch & why is the Jericho Library making them available?
A Nook Simple Touch is an eReader from Barnes & Noble. The Jericho Library is circulating them with popular & New York Times bestselling eBooks already loaded onto the device. During the 21 day checkout period, you can read one, two or more of the eBooks loaded onto the Nook Simple Touch. You decide!
How can I checkout a Nook Simple Touch?
Nook Simple Touches are available on a first come, first served basis. To find out if a Nook Simple Touch is available for checkout, go to and click on “Catalog.” Then search for “Nook Simple Touch”.  If you click on “Click here to see current available titles” you will see the titles Jericho Library has to offer.  You may also inquire at the Reference Desk to see if one is available for checkout.
How do I find these eBooks on the Nook Simple Touch?
Click on the “n” at the bottom of the Nook Simple Touch and then choose “library.” Then, scroll though the eBook holdings that Jericho Library has to offer by touching the arrows to change the “page.”
Will more titles be added?
Yes, a Nook Simple Touch can store thousands of eBooks.
How are eBooks chosen to be loaded onto the Nook Simple Touch?
It is the goal of the Jericho Public Library to increase access to bestselling eBooks. New titles will be added on an as needed basis.
What is the loan period for the Nook Simple Touch & can I reserve one?
A Nook Simple Touch can be borrowed for 21 days, and can be reserved. Late charges are $10/day.
Who can checkout a Nook Simple Touch?
You must be eighteen years or older, have a Jericho Public Library card in good standing and agree to abide by the eReader Borrowing Policy. An eReader Borrowing Form (available at the Circulation Desk) must also be completed.
Still Available eBooks

2014 Long Island Reads Pick: The Manors: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island – Mac Griswold
A Wanted Man (Jack Reacher Series #17) – Lee Child
And the Mountains Echoed – Khaled Hosseini
Bared to You (Crossfire #1) – Sylvia Day
Defending Jacob – William Landay
Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War – Robert M. Gates
Fifty Shades Trilogy – E.L. James
Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn
Inferno – Dan Brown
JPL Book in a Blog: Burial Rites – Hannah Kent
Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake – Anna Quindlen
Mission to Paris – Alan Furst
No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden – Mark Owen
Orphan Train – Christina Baker Kline
Reflected in You (Crossfire #2) – Sylvia Day
Seating Arrangements – Maggie Shipstead
Summerland – Elin Hilderbrand
Sutton – J.R. Moehringer* *L.I. Reads 2013 Pick
The Cuckoo’s Calling – “Robert Galbraith” (J.K. Rowling)
The Goldfinch – Donna Tartt
The Hunger Games Trilogy – Suzanne Collins
The Innocent – David Baldacci
The Museum of Extraordinary Things – Alice Hoffman
The Roundhouse – Louise Erdrich** **2012 National Book award winner in fiction
The Shoemaker’s Wife – Adriana Trigiani
Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption – Lauren Hillenbrand
Winter of the World (The Century Trilogy #2) – Ken Follett

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