Updated 12-30-23

  1. Actively Learn–add PDFs of your choice to a library that can be annotated, read, and shared.
  2. Bookopolis–focused on student reading
  3. Books that Grow–read a story at many different reading levels
  4. Class Literature
  5. Epic–a reading library for kids, 15,000 books; most digital devices
  6. Free Books–download any of our 23,469 classic books, and read
  7. Great Books Online by Bartleby
  8. Gutenberg Project
  9. IBooks–amazing way to download and read books.
  10. International Library
  11. Internet Archive— Internet Archive offers over 12,000,000 freely downloadable books and texts. There is also a collection of 550,000 modern eBooks that may be borrowed by anyone with a free account.
  12. Kindle–read ebooks, newspapers, magazines, textbooks and PDFs on an easy-to-use interface.
  13. Librivox–free public domain audio books
  14. Loyal Books
  15. Many Books–Over 33,000 ebooks that can be browsed by language, author, title. 
  16. Online Books Page
  17. Open Library
  18. OWL Eyes–for the classics
  19. RAZ Kids–wide variety of reading levels, age groups, with teacher dashboards
  20. Reading Rainbow–library of books; free to try
  21. Tumblebooks (fee)–focused on student reading
  22. Unite for books (free) — gorgeous, easy-to-navigate site.