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2112 Oak Street, Forest Grove, OR 97116 
(503) 359-1002

2112 Oak Street, Forest Grove, OR 97116 | (503) 359-1002

2112 Oak Street, Forest Grove, OR 97116 
(503) 359-1002

What are the Benefits of Owning a Kindle?


Here are a few ways you may benefit from reading off a Kindle:

  • Custom Font: Not only does Kindle give you the option to choose which style of font you are interested in, but also the size. This setting is helpful for those who have a difficult time reading small font and prefer a larger font. Along with this, you also have the option to customize the entire layout of the page.
  • Multiple Books in Once Place: The Kindle can hold over 1,000 books all in one place! This is a good benefit for situations where it is difficult to transport multiple paper books at once, like traveling. Why choose one book when you can bring them all?
  • Easily Purchase More Books: While it may be a fun adventure to go look at paper books at the store, it is not as easy to do so as you age or with a busy schedule. With a Kindle, however, you may purchase any book of your choice while sitting on the couch. The Kindle makes it easy to download books of your choice from home.
  • No Backlight: Although some eBooks have an intense backlight, sort of like a cell phone, the Kindle does not. This feature makes the screen appear more like a paper book and allows readers to use the Kindle for long periods of time without causing strain to the eyes.
  • Offline Dictionary: Have you ever read a book and got stuck on a word you weren’t sure it means? Thankfully, the Kindle is here to solve the issue. An offline dictionary is included in the features which allows you to simply click on the word you are confused about, it tells you the definition, and you may continue reading. Simple as that!
  • Good Battery Life: Another benefit of the Kindle is the fact it holds a good charge. While you will need to charge it, it won’t have to be often.
  • Multitasking: In some situations, such as eating, you need two hands to read a paper book. However, when you choose to read with a Kindle, you can simply turn the page with a click of a button. Allowing you to use your hands for other tasks.

Now there’s a list of things you can’t do with your average paper book! We hope you enjoyed learning more about the Kindle and how it can assist you with reading if visiting the public library or a book store is becoming a hassle. Buy, read, and buy more books all from the comfort of your own home or wherever you are traveling too.