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e-Books@UWM: Free e-Books
A guide to finding and using e-Books from the UWM Libraries collections.
e-Books at UWM
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Free Foreign Language E-books
Over 2,000 works of Japanese literature
Digital Library of India
Over 29,000 books in mostly Indian languages
National Library of France
Over 2,500 digitized works in French
Over 2,000 free e-books in Spanish
German works with some classic English and Hungarian books also
New Threads Chinese Cultural Society
Electronic archive of classic Chinese texts
Over 10,000 books in French, covering topics: philosophy, literature, history, economics and science
20 Best Websites To Download Free E-Books
Hongkiat.com offers a list of of the best websites for free e-books.
Over 30,000 free e-books, mostly older "classic" books from authors such as Shakespeare, Poe, Dante and many more. All the books in this collection are free because the copyrights have expired.
An open catalog of over 20 million books, 1 million of those are free e-books linked right from the website.
Free Science Fiction Classics
Free science fiction classics, as well as free downloadable audio books.
International Children's Digital Library
Over 4,000 free children's books in over 50 languages.
Barnes & Noble Free Nook Books
Free e-books from B&N, just download the Nook app (which is free) to enjoy.
Free fiction and non-fiction e-books across all subjects.
Free Audio Books
Books Should Be Free
"Books Should Be Free" makes the world's public-domain audio books available for browsing in a visual and entertaining way. Books are browsable by their cover and include fiction, nonfiction, children's books, classics, and more.
LibriVox provides free audio books from the public domain. There are several options for listening. Audio books are available in several formats, such as mp3, ogg, and more.
Project Gutenberg- The Audio Books Project
Project Gutenberg makes audio e-books available in two different categories: human-read and computer-generated. These files can be very large, so are not good for modems or other low-speed connection.
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