Give Us a Dollar… Kindle edition now available

Kindle users out there can now buy Give Us a Dollar and We’ll Give You Back Four (2012-13for $9.99–and if you’re eligible for the Kindle Library, you can borrow it for free.

So there are now five options to acquire Give Us a Dollar..., to help your public library tell its value story or to help you understand the diversity of America’s public libraries:

Why do the Amazon and Lulu versions have different cover designs? Because I used “canned” cover designs in both cases instead of designing my own photo-based covers, and CreateSpace (Amazon’s PoD service) has very different covers from those at Lulu.

Neither the Kindle edition nor the PDF have DRM, or at least they’re not supposed to.

And don’t forget…

Graphing Public Library Benefits, a supplement to Give Us a Dollar... that’s just chock-full of graphs (scatterplots and multicolor line graphs) to illustrate the numbers in Chapters 2-19 of Give Us a Dollar. It’s only available as a PDF (no DRM). Normally $11.99 (and a bargain at that price), it’s available at an absurd $1.99 through December 21, 2012.

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