We have had lots of people in looking for help with their eReaders, even a teen who came in to sign up for the Summer Reading Program. I love how excited people are about being able to load up their devices with eBooks, and audiobooks. There is a great resource you should know about if you are interesting in downloading books, put together by one of the Librarians at the NH State Library, called the NH Downloadable Books Blog. It has many easy to follow tutorials with screenshots to help you through the process of downloading, as well as hints and tips to handle common problems. I highly recommend it, it will save you some frustration. Here are just a few of the topics covered:
Getting Started with eBooks has separate tutorials for PC users with a Nook, Kobo, or other compatible reader that requires eBooks be transferred with Adobe Digital Editions, PC users with a Sony Reader, Mac users with a Nook, Kobo or any other compatible reader that needs Adobe Digital Editions to load the eBooks; Mac users with a Sony Reader; iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch Users; and Android Phone Users.
There is another whole section on getting started with audiobooks which has separate tutorials for Mac and PC users. Don't forget to check out the How To Tips!