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Library Extension (Browser Extension)
Library Extension is a browser plugin that allows you to instantly see book and e-book availability from your local library. Add the extension to your browser to get started. Library Extension is currently compatible with the following browsers:
Library Extension allows you to view instant availability information for books, music, and audiobooks from your public library as you browse various sites, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Good Reads, and Google Books. More than 5,000 libraries across Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States are supported through the tool with information displaying from local catalogs. Click here to see if your local public or academic library is supported.
As you search for resources, the Library Extension tool will display results for items held in local libraries you have defined.
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