Where’s my library eBook on my Nook?

You should see them in My Library.  If not,

  1. plug the Nook into your computer
  2. Open My Computer
  3. Find the drive letter for the Nook and right-click on it
  4. Select Explore
  5. find the folder Digital Editions
  6. Open the folder and copy the book
  7. Paste the book into My Documents
  8. Disconnect the Nook
  9. Open My Library
  10. Scroll to My Documents and open

Your library books will be listed there and you can select one to read.

Where are my Library eBooks on my Nook Color?

 The procedure for locating Overdrive ebooks on the Nook Color is slightly different from the Nook Classic. 

  1. After the file transfer is complete within Adobe Digital Editions, disconnected your Nook Color from your computer.
  2. Tap on the white Nav Arrow which will display the Quick Nav Bar.
  3. Select the Library Icon.
  4. When the Library screen is displayed, select the My Files icon.
  5. Navigate to the Digital Editions folder.
  6. Locate your title within the Digital Editions Folder. Tapping on the title icon will open the ebook.

2 thoughts on “Where’s my library eBook on my Nook?

  1. Can I read my nook books on my computer?
    I think I’ve downloaded the app for that, I just don’t know how to pull books up to read
    Thanks

    • See eRead Me Vegas – FAQs, Tips & Tricks to see how to find your books on your Nook. The Nook (eink reader). If your Nook is the Nook Color :
      On the Nook go to Library, open My Documents.
      The title should be available to be read for the period of time you specified when checking the book out. We offer 7 days as the default but you can change it to 14 or 21 days. I recommend you personalize your checkout periods in the eMedia Catalog. Log into your account and select “Lending Periods” and select the number of days you will use the most often. You can always overdrive individual titles as needed.

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