BookFusion has a number of public library options that you can join in order to find and read new books for free, so be sure to check out the Libraries page to see what's available. This help article will focus on how to borrow books that you find in our libraries, but if you need help to first find a join a library, please see this help article.
When you've joined a library on BookFusion you will be able to browse all the books they have made available, and you can look through all the options and pick any you'd like to read without having to purchase them. For this example we'll be taking a look at the Ministry of Education Youth and Information library and the PEP Practice Books they have listed.
Perhaps today I'd like to do some Mathematics practice, so I'm going to select that book from the library's page and it'll give me the details for that book. Here you can see all the information about the book, but what we're focused on here are the two buttons with options to either "Borrow" or "Read Now". If you're just wanting to look through the book right now all you need to do is click that option and it'll open for you, but when you close it you'll have to go back to the library to find it again. If you want to have access to the book for a while and have it show on your own bookshelf you'll want to click the "Borrow" button instead.
After clicking that button you will be taken back to your own bookshelf where you'll see it added as the most recent book.
When a book from a library is borrowed, you'll see a new icon appear on its cover when you are looking at your bookshelf. If you put your mouse cursor over the icon it will tell you how many days you have left because it's automatically returned to the library, and if you click the icon it will tell you that your bookmarks and highlights won't be lost when the library book is returned; if you check it out again in the future they'll all still be there for you. This check-out period is set by each library for each book, so sometimes you'll see shorter periods and sometimes they'll be longer, so always make sure you check so you know how long you'll have a book.