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E-books at Briggs Library: Download a Project Gutenberg Book to a Nook

Briggs has e-books in many different collections. This guide will help you find and use them.

Download Project Gutenberg Books to a Kindle

On a computer, go to Project Gutenberg and search for the book you want. Click on the title of the book you want to get a list of the downloadable files for it.

Click on the EPUB version (there may be a version with pictures and one without and you can choose either).

Image of Project Gutenberg download files

Then choose to save the file.

Image of saving a Project Gutenberg book

Connect your Nook to the computer using a USB/mini USB cord and go to the File Manager.

Go to the Downloads Folder and find the file. It is likely named by the number of pages in the book.

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You can rename the file by clicking on it, waiting a couple seconds then clicking on it again (do not double click either time). When the title is highlighted by itself, type a new name for the file.

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Drag and drop the file on documents folder in the Nook Digital Editions drive.

Image of dragging and dropping a ebook file to the Nook drive

Eject your Nook by right clicking on the Nook drive then choosing Eject from the list.

Image of ejecting a Nook

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