Kindle for Breastfeeding Mothers: Is it Green?

Anyone own a Kindle? This wireless reading device costs over $350, but at 10.2 ounces, it weighs less than a paperback book-and weighs much less than the 1,500 books you can store on it. Some claim that a Kindle is cheaper than buying books. As a library devotee, there’s just no way this device would ever pay for itself in my situation. However, the Kindle intrigues me for two reasons: 1. I’ve heard it’s perfect for breastfeeding mothers because it can be held with one hand. Turn the page with just a flick of a button. 2. I’ve read arguments that a Kindle is greener than plain old paper books.