A facility in Texas is set to become the first ever all-digital library. It will only offer books you can read on a Kindle or other book-reading gadget.
The library cost $1.5 million and was built in Bexar County. It will start out with 100 e-readers and hold 10,000 digital titles that will be available to library members via their home computers and digital devices.
Obviously, some people aren’t happy about the idea of a library without physical books, but the project coordinator for the paperless library said they’re bringing books to low-income areas that don’t have access to libraries. She said "They've never had a library with books - there's not even a bookstore here."