Public libraries lend digital books, as demand for e-books grow

Demand for e-books is growing rapidly during the pandemic, with public libraries catching on the trend and offering digital versions of its books, a survey finds. — ETX Studio/Daily Up

As one of the more beneficial effects of the pandemic, literature lovers seem to have finally embraced the e-book.

This format, long considered the poor relation of the book market, is experiencing a revival of interest thanks to public and school libraries.

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