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Course Reserves: Kindles for Course Reserves

In 2020, CIA Gund Library received a grant from the State Library of Ohio to purchase five Kindle Fire e-readers to provide select course reserve titles in eBook format.

General information for CIA Library Kindles

Library Kindles are available for select course reserves titles. Kindles are available to borrow for one week.

Kindle books owned by CIA Library don't appear in the catalog. Refer to the list below for current titles. If a Kindle title appears as an eBook in the catalog, it's an additional non-Kindle licensed eBook. CIA Library Kindle titles listed on this page can only be accessed from CIA Library Kindles.

Kindles can only be logged into via CIA Library's Amazon account. No other accounts can access these library devices.

Interested in adding a title?

Please contact Laura Ponikvar, CIA Library Director, at if interested in adding a resource to CIA Library Kindles.

How to check out a Kindle

Visit the library circulation desk and ask someone at the desk if any Kindles are available to check out.

If one is available, you can check it out like any other library item by presenting your CIA ID.

You can borrow a Kindle for one week, no renewals. We'll check that all items that went out with the Kindle are returned after one week. This includes:

  • Kindle
  • Kindle tablet cover
  • Kindle carrying case
  • USB cord
  • USB wall adapter

Current Kindle Titles @ CIA Library

  • Art history (6th edition) / Marilyn Stokstad
  • The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Expression (2nd edition) / Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi
  • Gods of the Upper Air: How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the Twentieth Century / Charles King
  • Gringo Love: Stories of Sex Tourism in Brazil / Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan & Debora Santos
  • I never thought of it that way : how to have fearlessly curious conversations in dangerously divided times / Mónica Guzmán
  • Imagine Wanting Only This (2020 summer reading book) / Kristen Radtke
  • Introduction to Modern Design: its History from the Eighteenth Century to the Present / George H. Marcus
  • The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches / Gaétan Soucy
  • A New History of Documentary Film / Betsy A. McLane
  • On Looking: A Walker's Guide to the Art of Observation (2021 summer reading book) / Alexandra Horowitz
  • Salvage the Bones / Jesmyn Ward
  • The Short Screenplay / Dan Gurskis
  • They Say / I Say (4th edition) / Gerald Graff & Cathy Birkenstein

Updated: 1/6/23