You can share select Kindle books and digital content with the other adults 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:
You can share Kindle books and apps and games with Family Library.
Note: Music, magazines and newspapers, subscriptions accessed through apps, games and software downloads from outside Amazon Appstore, books and magazines borrowed via Kindle Unlimited, and purchased or rented Amazon Video titles cannot be shared with the added adult in your Family Library or Amazon Household.
For more information about Amazon Households, go to About Amazon Households. For information about sharing other Prime benefits, such as shipping benefits and streaming videos Included with Prime, go to Share Your Amazon Prime Benefits.
To create or manage your household, go to Manage Your Household.
You can start sharing eligible content after creating your Amazon Household. Each adult chooses to share all compatible content or individual titles.
Content that cannot be shared includes:
To share content through Family Library:
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