Barnes and Noble Free Nook Books– search 0.00 and get a listing of free eBooks
Bookyards– pdf files can be ported to your Kindle
Books Buddy– a Nook app to locate free books
Digital Library NJ– Kindle, Nook; library card needed

eBooks Habit– regular postings

eReaderPerks– Kindle, Kobo and Nook; also, the “latest device news, book/ereader reviews and author interviews.”
Feedbooks– Kindle, Nook; public domain books
Fictionwise eBooks– Kindle, Nook
Goodkindles– up and coming authors offer short-time free downloads via Amazon
Inkmesh– search engine for free eBooks, including Kindle and Nook
Internet Archive– Kindle, Nook

Librophile– search by genre

ManyBooks-Kindle, Nook; 29,000 downloadable books

Memoware– Kindle and Nook

Mobipocket– Kindle
The Open Library– Kindle, Nook; one million titles
Pixel of Ink– free and bargain Kindle books
Project Gutenberg– Kindle, Nook; 33,000 downloadable books
Public Libraries- Kindle, Nook; check your state and local libraries (I have listed my state of NJ above)
World Public Librarythe world’s largest eBook provider”; mp3, pdf files; they have classic literature, graphic novels, audio books, children’s literature and so much more”


E-Book Directory
For the finest literature by award-winning authors. ebook & paperback

eBooks and eReaders Go to School

Education World: eBooks in School Libraries Part 2: Digital Ethics

EBooks @dmantz7

2012: The Year Of New Ebook Tools – Forbes


Free Library of Philadelphia

Google Books

ICDL – International Children’s Digital Library

Open Library (Open Library)


Top 10 Websites to Download Free eBooks

87 Free ebooks from Kaplan Publishing | iPad Curriculum

Free ebooks for kids | childrens ebooks

eFronters: Free eLearning Books

Free Books : Download & Streaming
Ebook and Texts Archive : Internet Archive

eLibrary | Download eLibrary software for free

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

Project Gutenburg


Electronic Poetry Center 
eBooks & eCovers (Suite101) 
International Digital Publishing Forum 
Net Library

Free eBooks: This collection includes many children’s classics in ebook format. You generally have the option to download these texts to your Kindle, iPad, Nook or computer. Video tutorials are included on the page. You may also want to visit our resource: Download 20 Popular High School Books Available as Free eBooks & Audio Books.

Bartleby.com: Gives you access to free online classics of reference, literature, and nonfiction, including Strunk & White’s Elements of StyleThe World FactbookThe Oxford Shakespeare, and The King James Bible.

Calibre: Download free e-book software that will manage your electronic library, convert e-books from one format to another, and give you online access to free e-books. We have more on it here.

CK-12: This non-profit provides “open textbooks” for K-12 students all over the world. It offers free high-quality, standards-aligned, open content in the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

ePubBud: Makes available free children’s books for the the iPad, Nook, Kindle and other ereaders. Begin browsing books here, and find instructions here.

International Children’s Digital Library: Provides free access to high-quality children’s books from around the world in different languages, including Arabic, Afrikaans, Danish, English, Farsi and beyond. Hosts books for kids 3-56-9, and 10-13. Start browsing the library here.

Librivox: A favorite of ours, Librivox provides free audio books from the public domain. You will find 5000+ books in their catalogue.

OER Commons: Discover a meta collection of free textbooks that can be sorted by subject and grade level.

The Harvard Classics: Harvard’s influential president, Charles W. Eliot, said that if you spent just 15 minutes a day reading the right books, you could give yourself a proper liberal education. He published a 51-volume series, now known as The Harvard Classics, and they’re available free online. Ideal for the older student.

Free Textbook Collection: Our site provides a meta collection of free textbooks available on the web. It covers everything from Art History to Biology, Math, Physics, and Psychology.

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