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OverDrive

Our largest eBook collection. Find adult, teen, and children's fiction, nonfiction, popular authors, current and backlist titles. Just interested in content for children or teens? Check out our OverDrive for Kids and OverDrive for Teens sites.

eBooks on Ebsco

(formerly NetLibrary)
A broad range of nonfiction, with some fiction titles, for children, teens, and adults. Compatible with some eReaders, but not Kindle.

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Other eBook Resources

There are many sites that offer free eBooks, and they change frequently. These are just a few, and most also offer eBooks for purchase.

  • Project Gutenberg
    More than 33,000 free books for any eReader, mostly classics and public domain works.
  • Open Library
    An ambitious project from the Internet Archive, with a goal of creating a web page for every book ever published. For now you'll find the classics.
  • InkMesh
    Cross-search over 30 sources for free ebooks.
  • Baen Free Library
    Science fiction and fantasy titles with lots of format options.
  • eBookFling
    Swap Kindle and Nook ebooks for 14-day loans.
  • Pixel of Ink
    Free and cheap Kindle books.
  • Feedbooks
    Download public domain and original eBooks.
  • Smashwords
    A large selection of self-published titles.