Anybody know of any websites to download booksAnybody know of any websites to download books Mario #get the book #e-book
Other than your library? Always check Google Books, sometimes they have a preview, and sometimes have have the full book.
Barnes and Noble.
Still a limited selection, but high quality, and the selection is growing everyday:
And of course there’s always Project Gutenberg:
This is amazing.
http://freebooksy.com/ & http://bookbub.com/
Overdrive with a library card…
Libby/Overdrive. Free books from the library!
If you have a nook, BN has free books to download.
Scribd is $8.99 per month for 3 books and 1 audio book https://www.scribd.com/?utm_source=adwords_brand&utm_campaign=Google_Search_Alpha_Brand_CA&utm_term=scribd&utm_device=c&gclid=CjwKCAjwuITNBRBFEiwA9N9YEPuZcYDrL9eeF211C7IXzS9HCSgZZrktQ1kaRvrm_XYUHNSSpFcd7BoC9KMQAvD_BwE
The Gutenberg Project
Check your public library
With Kindle Unlimited from Amazon for $10 a month you get access to 600,000 books.
This company calls itself the “netflix of books”. They also have audiobooks, music, games, etc. https://www.playster.com/
Thank you so much
Feedbooks has a free section .
Overdrive using your library card
not all libraries use overdrive. My local library doesn’t.
@Rosemary does it use hoopla or one I just learned today was cloudlibrary.
@Danielle my town uses 3M which is very unsatisfying. We also use hoopla, which is pretty good – I love their music – but you can’t check out from hoopla and then read on a paperwhite – you must use the app. Hoopla is good, though. Nearby towns use overdrive, and I can get a card for these libraries, so I am golden. 🙂
@Rosemary do they make you pay for a card at the other libraries? I have traded with friends to use different libraries overdrive. Here in Michigan certain cities joined together and other cities joined together so my friends that are in different collaboratives swap? it works out great.