Updates to Library2go are on the way. If you use Library2go to download ebooks, audiobooks, and video you may notice that the log-in process has changed a little bit. You will now have to enter your library card number in all capital letters with no spaces. Your PIN will not change. There are more changes to Library2go on the way that will make it faster and easier to read ebooks. Watch the video to learn how ebook checkouts are about to get quicker and easier or read more:
eBooks and eReaders come in many flavors. The following resources may vary both in their presentation and on the platforms that may, or may not support them.
- Google ebooks – Google has quite a few free ebooks. (The free ones are listed at the bottom of the Google ebook link.)
- Amazon – provides access to over 15000 free ebooks (these are for their Kindle).
- Freebook Sifter – makes it easy to find over 35,000 free eBooks on Amazon.com for your Kindle or eReader.
- Internet Archives - Over 2,500,000 titles! If you have not been here, go now. Free and fun!
- Digital Public Library of America – contains metadata records—information describing an item—for millions of photographs, manuscripts, books, sounds, moving images, and more from libraries, archives, and museums around the United States. Each record links to the original object on the content provider’s website
- Open Library – Find 1,000,000 free titles.
- Project Gutenburg – the place where you can download over 33,000 free ebooks to read on your PC or portable device.
- Free-ebooks.net. Discover great fiction, from romance to mystery, or non-fiction, from business information to self-improvement. Simply Log in or Register now. Easily browse Categories & Authors. Or type in your query above to search.
- HathiTrust – a partnership of major research institutions and libraries working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved and accessible.