- 1 How do I add Kindle books to my child’s account?
- 2 How do I add books to my Kindle family library?
- 3 How does household and family library work on Kindle?
- 4 Why isn’t my Kindle showing all my books?
- 5 Can I set up a separate Kindle account for my child?
- 6 How do I keep my books off my child’s Kindle?
- 7 Can I share my Kindle library with family?
- 8 Can I share my Kindle library with someone else?
- 9 How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?
- 10 How do I make my library ebooks forever?
- 11 How do I share Kindle books without family?
- 12 Can I link my Kindle to two Amazon accounts?
- 13 Why are my Kindle books not syncing?
- 14 How do I get my books back on my Kindle?
- 15 How do I sync my new Kindle to my old Kindle?
How do I add Kindle books to my child’s account?
How to Set Up a Kindle Child Profile
- Open Kindle and tap “Settings”
- Tap “Household & Family Library.
- Tap “Add New Person”
- Click “Add Child”
- Set Up or Enter Your Parental Controls Password.
- Add Your Child’s Name and Date of Birth.
- Add Books to Your Child’s Account.
How do I add books to my Kindle family library?
- Head to the Manage Your Content and Devices section of your Amazon account.
- Select the Show Family Library link from the Your Content tab.
- Select the book(s) you’d like to share with a family member, and then click Add to Library.
- Choose a family member, and then click OK.
How does household and family library work on Kindle?
It allows you to join together two different “adult” accounts and four different “children” profiles into a single household. You can then access each other’s purchased Kindle books, audio books, and even Amazon App Store apps on Amazon’s Kindle eReaders, Kindle Fires, and a variety of Kindle apps for other devices.
Why isn’t my Kindle showing all my books?
Make sure that your mobile device or computer is connected to the internet. Sync your Kindle app. Make sure that your app is registered to the correct Amazon account. If you have multiple accounts, your book may have been purchased from a different account.
Can I set up a separate Kindle account for my child?
Select Add New Profile or Add Child Profile. Enter your parental controls pin code, if needed, then the child’s name and birthday. Select any content from your own library that you want to include in the child’s library, then select Next. Review the child’s profile and reading settings, then select Done.
How do I keep my books off my child’s Kindle?
You can restrict your child’s access to all four by using parental controls. To access parental controls, tap Menu→Settings→Device Options→Parental Controls→Restrictions. The screen shown in Figure 1 appears. Tap the toggle switch for Web Browser, Kindle Store, Cloud, or Goodreads to restrict access.
You can easily share Kindle books between family members, but you’ll have to set up an Amazon Household first. In addition being able to share Prime benefits, creating an Amazon Household gives you access to Family Library, a shared collection of books and audiobooks downloaded on Kindle apps and devices.
Share eligible Kindle books for up to 14 days with your friends or family. During the loan period, you’re not able to read the loaned book. Select the Actions button then select Loan this title on your eligible title. Enter the recipient’s personal email address and optional message then select Send.
How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?
From the Manage Your Kindle page, click Manage Your Devices. Locate the Kindle you want to deregister and click it. Click Deregister. In the Deregister This Device pop-up, click the Deregister button.
How do I make my library ebooks forever?
The trick is super simple. Before OverDrive reaches back through the ether to reclaim their content, throw your device into airplane mode. This works for any ereader, tablet, or smartphone.
If you decide you don’t want to see them in an app, you have to uncheck the box on the Your Devices page. If you don’t want to share a specific book in your library, you can unshare it from the nearby page Your Account / Manage Your Content and Devices / Your Content. That should be enough to get you up and reading.
Amazon Finally Added a Long-Needed Feature to the Kindle Amazon is now letting Kindle owners access multiple accounts on a single device. On Friday, Amazon rolled out a software update that includes “ Family Library,” a feature that will allow two adults and up to four children to share content on one Kindle.
Why are my Kindle books not syncing?
If you are trying to sync Kindle or Audiobook content, verify that Whispersync is enabled. From Manage Your Content and Devices, go to Settings, and then ensure that Device Synchronization (Whispersync Settings) is turned ON. Sync your device.
How do I get my books back on my Kindle?
Returning Kindle Books
- Go to your “Manage Your Content and Devices” page on Amazon.
- Find the title in the “Your Content” list, then tap.
- Tap Return this book in the pop-up window.
- Select Yes to confirm and return the book.
How do I sync my new Kindle to my old Kindle?
Press the “Menu” button on your new Kindle’s keyboard and select “Sync & Check for Items” using the five-way controller. Data from the old Kindle, including your last page read, notes and other user-added content will be synchronized to the new Kindle.