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The Kansas State Library offers digital book e-lending. There are hundreds of available titles for both children and adults. And all you need is a Kansas Library Card!
BookFlix: Animated picture story books matched with a non-fiction book. Each book pair may also have 2-3 games/puzzles.
3M Cloud Library: Contains larger publishers, so you’ll see bestsellers here. Mostly fiction, with some popular non-fiction. This works like your normal library, where if all copies of a book are checked out, you place a hold.
Enki: Includes self-published books in its catalog of small-medium publishers. It also has a great variety of both fiction and non-fiction. Cooking, crafts, and DIY have good selection. Since the catalog is large (about 40,000 books) and it is fairly new, holds are still uncommon.
Freading: All books are always available. Lots of variety in both fiction and non-fiction, there are even graphic novels. Smaller publishers, but the catalog has over 50,000 books in it and more are added at least once a week.
Britannica E-STAX: Non-fiction for kids, unlimited access.
RECOMMENDED FREE SITES
Project Gutenberg: Ebooks in the public domain. Look here if you want a classic. Read in browser or download to device.
LibriVox: Audio version of books in the public domain, read by volunteer narrators. Listen in browser or download.
United for Literacy: Picture ebooks with audio, audio can be played in several languages.
|All information taken from the Kansas State Library website. For more information, visit http://kslib.info. All of these resources are linked on the right side of our homepage.|