FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) - Fairfax County will be promoting its free services that allow users to download e-books and other digital content.
A digital bookmobile will be demonstrating the download services available Tuesday at George Mason University.
Fairfax County and other library systems around the country allow readers to check out digital books and read them on devices like an iPad in much the same way they can check out traditional books.
The bookmobile will be in Arlington on Wednesday.
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