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Reading a book online is easy, but downloading a book depends on what device you want to read it on. Apple users can install Apple Books (also known as iBooks) on their iPad, iPod Touch ($266 at Amazon) or iPhone ($706 at Amazon). Android users can check out Google Play Books. On both these apps, you can find cheap and free e-books.
The U.S. Library of Congress provides a selection of more than 60 free books to read online with no signing up at its Read.gov website. All the ebooks are readable in your web browser and are presented in an attractive, easy-to-use interface.
One of the most beloved tools of indie authors, Vellum is an intuitive software that helps you design, format, and export great-looking ebooks, in EPUB format. It allows you to start by uploading Word documents (among others). However, it will cost you. While the software is free to download, being able to export ebook files will cost you a one-time fee of $199. This option makes the most sense for authors who expect to be producing multiple ebook files over many months or years.
When we are talking of free eBook apps, there is no way we can miss out mentioning Kindle. It is by far one of the most popular book reading apps. You can signup & download it here. and read a lot of free books that span nearly all categories from romance to fiction, non-fiction, historical and more.
With a collection of more than 45,000 free e-books, Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort to create and share e-books online. The selection includes(Opens in a new tab) everything from Pride and Prejudice(Opens in a new tab) by Jane Austen(Opens in a new tab) to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland(Opens in a new tab) by Lewis Carroll(Opens in a new tab) to Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley(Opens in a new tab). No registration or fee is required, and books are available in ePub, Kindle, HTML, and simple text formats.
The Open Library has more than one million free e-books available. This library catalog is an open online project of Internet Archive, and allows users to contribute books, which allows for its fascinating selection of everything from Ronald Dahl(Opens in a new tab) to John Grisham(Opens in a new tab). You can easily search by the title, author, and subject.
Searching for a particular educational textbook or business book? BookBoon may have what you're looking for, from Advanced Communication Skills(Opens in a new tab) to An Introduction to Business and Business Planning(Opens in a new tab). The site offers more than 1,000 free e-books, it's easy to navigate and best of all, you don't have to register to download them.
If you're having a hard time finding a good children's book amidst the many free classics available online, you might want to check out the International Digital Children's Library. Here, you can find award-winning books that range in length and reading levels, from Aesop's fables to Tales of passed times by Mother Goose, with morals. There's also a wide selection of languages available, with everything from English to Farsi.
You can get some downloadable e-books through your local library, or an online library like Libby(Opens in a new tab), which requires that you have an actual library card to sign up. The drawbacks are clear: Libraries have a specific number of copies to lend, and if all copies are already checked out, you'll have to wait your turn. And, like all other books you borrow from the library, you can't hold onto the e-book forever. But if you want a recently released book, this could be your best bet. 2b1af7f3a8