eReaders and eReader apps are quickly growing in popularity. Kindles, Nooks, Sony Readers and more have people looking for sources of free quality reading for their readers. Check our our Digital Library page or visit these sites that offer free downloadable eBooks. If you would like to try out our Kindles or iPads, click on the links to place a hold.
AskSam.com/ebooks/ – A small selection of classic texts like Shakespeare, and assorted legal & governmental texts.
Baen Free Library – A small library of downloadable science fiction novels, mostly the first in an ongoing series to get you hungry for more.
BookRags.com – Small selection of free choices, and thousands more for premium members. Can be downloaded as PDF or Word documents.
Gutenberg.org – The first project for converting public domain works into a digital format; their selection now numbers over 5,000.
Kindle – Free books that are compatible with the Kindle.
ManyBooks.net – A large selection of books to be read on your PDA, cellphone, iPod, iPhone and more.
Mary Jo’s E-Texts – Hasn’t been updated in several years, but links still work. The books are formatted for a doc reader on Palm. Includes classic literature, the Oz books, and even some fan fiction.
Mslit.com – Over 1,500 texts provided by Microsoft for their MS Reader.
Nook – Free books that are compatible with the Nook.
Oxford Text Archive – Over 2,000classical texts you can download as ASCII or DOC files, some do require permission of the original uploader.
PlanetPDF eBooks – A decent sized collection of classic novels all in PDF format.