eBooks & eMedia
Libby App from Overdrive
Checkout eBooks and audiobooks anytime with the Libby app from Overdrive. Get the Libby app to download directly to your tablet or smartphone.
Looking for more free eBooks? Some collections may overlap because many titles are in the public domain (older books whose intellectual property rights have expired).
- 600 Free eBooks – A list of eBooks from Open Culture.
- Amazon – Free eBooks through the Kindle Store. Titles range from public domain to limited-time promotional titles.
- BBC Ebooks – A small eBook collection of Dr. Who novels.
- Baen Free Library – More than 100 free science fiction eBooks including Lois McMaster Bujold, Catherine Asaro, and Harry Turtledove.
- Barnes and Noble – A variety of free eBooks from the retailer.
- Bookyards – Over 17,000 eBooks, and links to many more.
- Cory Doctrow’s Little Brother – A free eBook to download.
- eReaderIQ – Many eBooks, including those specially for Kindle.
- Feedbooks – Free public domain eBooks for Android and iPhone/iPad.
- Freebook Sifter – Sift through free eBooks available on Amazon.com.
- HathiTrust Digital Library – Contains millions of books digitized by university libraries. Content is academic and research-oriented.
- Many Books – Includes free eBooks from Project Gutenberg and other sources.
- Online Books Page – Peruse this index with loads of eBooks.
- Open Library – This project, “One web page for every book,” includes eBooks.
- PDFbooks – eBooks of classics and unpublished fiction and nonfiction in pdf format.
- Project Gutenberg’s Ebooks – Over 30,000 free eBooks to download to your computer, ereader, smartphone or other portable device.
Still not enough? Check out this listing of 100 legal web sites to download literature.
A variety of websites offer free audiobooks for you to download. Some ereaders are also capable of reading text from ebooks aloud.
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