Link to download ebooks and audiobooks

Electronic Books

Ebooks are here! Click the link above to borrow ebooks and downloadable audiobooks. You will need your library card number. Call us at (660)582-5281 if you need assistance. Below are some Web-based sources of free e-books.

Project Gutenberg (http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page)

This site has been making eBooks available on the Internet for years. Get your electronic Dickens, Twain, Austen and Shakespeare here. PC, iPhone, Kindle and Sony Reader formats available.

Read Print (http://www.readprint.com/)

“Free online books library for students, teachers, and the classics enthusiast.” Great easy-to-use interface.

Google Books
(http://books.google.com/?PHPSESSID=f8fdae66572b24ab8fc567c25fbccdcc)

Provides full access to expired-copyright books and generous previews of recent releases.

ManyBooks (http://manybooks.net/)

Holds thousands of classics available for download in a variety of formats, including Kindle, Sony Readers, and iPhone.

Memoware (http://www.memoware.com/)

Free downloadable documents for the PalmPilot platform.

Online Books Page (http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/)

Over 35,000 free books on the Web. Takes requests.

Oxford Text Archive (http://ota.ahds.ac.uk/)

The OTA collects, catalogues, preserves and distributes high-quality digital resources for research and teaching. OTA currently hold thousands of texts in more than 25 different languages. Mostly Humanities texts.

AudioBooksForFree (http://www.audiobooksforfree.com/screen_main.asp)

Save free audiobooks to CD, MP3, CDMP3, DVD, etc.

Barnes and Noble (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/Free-eBooks/379001668/)
Amazon
(http://www.amazon.com/Kindle-Books/b/ref=sv_kinc_1?ie=UTF8&node=1286228011)

Amazon offers a portion of its eBook titles free to Kindle users.