Whether it’s for online classes or simply for relaxing during the weekends, we all need a good book to read right now. Since it’s not advisable to go out these days, eBooks are the perfect alternative for the traditional paperback. Here are some sites where you can download eBooks for FREE:
Established in 2004, ManyBooks has a vast library of books in digital formats. The site has a lot of classic eBooks from the Project Gutenberg archives, but have also opened their platform for self-publishing authors to post and introduce their works to the public. New releases are also uploaded every week so users can be up-to-date with the freshest reads.
Open Library is a site that allows people to search and upload thousands of books. The site aims to collect every single book that’s been published for people to enjoy. To date, Open Library has gathered over 20 million records.
A lot of free eBooks on the internet are of poor quality, so this site’s main goal is to share a curated selection of high-quality eBooks for bookworms out there. Planet eBook aims to give users the highest quality of classic books they can read on the go. With its mobile-friendly design and multi-format eBooks, readers can enjoy endless stories without having to spend a fortune.
With just one click, users will be able to find the complete list of downloadable documents available on BookYards site. All you need to do is choose the author and click on the title of your choice to download the PDF document directly on your smartphone. Enjoy thousands of good reads, thanks to BookYards hassle-free design.
Open Culture provides high-quality cultural & educational media for the worldwide lifelong learning community. Apart from eBooks, users also have access to endless intelligent audio and video materials they can use all for free. Their mission is to give users access to this high-quality content whenever and wherever they need it.
Another site that lets users access hundreds of educational material, KnowFree is perfect for those who need resources for research or study. Users will be able to access white papers, reports, case studies, magazines, and eBooks all in one click.
Google Books has more than 10 million free books available for you to read and download. The site offers a long list of books for you to enjoy. From familiar classics to romance books, to different recipe books, and even different storybooks you can read to your kids, Google Books has got it all!
With more than 15,000,000 downloadable material, this site is every book lovers’ dream. Internet Archive is a non-profit site that is one big digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, they provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public. The site’s mission is simple its to provide Universal Access to All Knowledge.
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