About Amazon Households and Family Library
You can share select eligible content with the other adult and children in your Amazon Household through Family Library.
In order to use Family Library to share content with another adult, you must first join an Amazon Household together. Members of an Amazon Household include:
Two adults, each with their own Amazon account.
Up to four children, whose profiles are created from an adult’s account.
The child profiles added to your Amazon Household can access shared and supported digital content through Fire for Kids on compatible devices.
For more information, go to About Amazon Households. For information about sharing other benefits, such as shipping benefits included with Amazon Prime, go to Share Your Amazon Prime Benefits.
Create and Manage Amazon Household from Your Computer
To create or manage your household, go to Manage Your Household.
For instructions on how to create a household, go to Create a Household. For instructions on how to separate an adult account from a household, go to Remove an Adult from Your Amazon Household.
Share Content Using Family Library
Content that cannot be shared includes:
Music in your Music Library
Kindle Unlimited titles
To share content through Family Library:
Go to Manage Your Content and Devices and click the Your Content tab.
Select the Show drop-down menu, and choose the content type you'd like to share.
Check the box next to the title you'd like to share, and then select Add to Library.
Tip: If you do not see Add to Library after you've selected a title, select Show Family Library.
Select a profile from the drop-down menu, and then select OK.