The Natrona County Public Library also checks out digital books for free. If you're ready to make the jump to electronic books, there's going to be a free training session from 2 to 4pm today.

Hands-on instruction:

"From 2 to 4 pm on the 29th, we have a drop-in session for those who would like to learn how to use the library's e-books, and we have a service called Virtual Library, where you can download free e-books to your Kindle or Nook or other e-reading device. And so this program is for you to come and learn how to do that if you want the hands-on approach and need some assistance with that."

Brenda Thomson, community relations coordinator for the Library, says virtual books are a service library patrons want, and she doesn't think that e-books are a threat to print books, but more a complement with readers using both. For more information, call 577-READ or 577-7323.