HaSifriyah now offers a Kindle Paperwhite eBook reader for our members to borrow!
Kindle titles include:
My Promised Land, by Ari Shavit
Henna House, by Nomi Eve
The Kabbalistic Murder Code, by Nathan Erez
All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr
The Family, by David Laskin
The Golem and the Jinni, by Helene Wecker
Marching to Zion, by Mary Glickman
Commentary on the Torah, by Richard Elliot Friedman
Please read the following policies, a copy of which must be signed prior to borrowing the Kindle.
Kindles will be checked out for a loan period of 14 days, and you may renew a device once unless there is a hold by another patron.
By signing for the Kindle, you acknowledge that it is fully functioning and undamaged and that all parts (Kindle, case, USB cable, power adapter) are intact.
Do not add to or delete content from the Kindle
Do not attempt to register, deregister, or reregister the Kindle to a personal Amazon account or otherwise modify the Kindle’s programming or HaSifriyah’s Amazon account in any way.
Please treat the Kindle with care: do not place objects on the device, leave it outside or in a hot or cold car for extended periods of time, or loan it to others.
Recharge the Kindle before you return it.
Return the Kindle (and all accompanying materials) to Nancy LaFleur or Paula Breger directly – do not put it into the book return box or leave it on the library or office desks or anywhere it could be damaged and lead to replacement charges on your account.
$5/day late fee if you return the Kindle after its due date.
By checking out a Kindle, you agree to accept full responsibility for the proper handling, authorized use, and condition of the device until it is checked back in to HaSifriyah. You authorize the Temple to bill your account for the retail value of the device and any of its accessories if they are lost or damaged.