• Free eBooks

    NOTE: Additional free ebooks are available through the EAHS Library Classroom Stream due to their limited-time offering. Please join Ms. Yorio's classroom for access to these additional sources.
    There are many places to access free ebooks online. In addition to our library catalog, you can get ebooks from a variety of sources.
    For pleasure or research, ebooks are handy and easy to use.
    Many free ebooks are out in the public domain, so are pre-1923. These are most useful when reading the classics or when conducting research where looking into the past at original source material is a good choice.
    For more recent ebooks, consider making use of the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library. Be sure you have a current library card with a PIN. You may want to download the apps suggested by the public library to make your user experience easier.
    Ebooks that are available through the high school do not at this time require additional software and can be opened through the browser window, following the instructions on the online catalog screen by logging into Destiny Discover. MackinVIA, Follett, EBSCO, Salem Press, and other providers are accessible through the catalog once you sign in.
    In the EAHS Library Google Classroom, you can also access ebooks on Gale ebooks!
    Additional Places for Free Ebooks
    Selections from Audible's collection.
    Free audiobooks for summer reading for kids 13+. New books available weekly starting April 30. Sign up for notifications and download the SORA Overdrive app.
    You can use this on your computer or through the Kindle App. In the Kindle App, type in free ebooks and set the category to Kindle Store. Includes a variety of new and classic ebooks.
    You will need to download NOOK app on home computer or phone and create an account.
    Includes a variety of newer and classic titles. You can also access free titles in the Nook app by setting the price to 0.00.
    You can download free new titles on Fridays. 
    Free-ebooks.net includes access to downloadable ebooks, from published and nonpublished authors. You will need to register for this site.
    Google Books are available online and include recent books, but many are only available as previews.
    29,000 free ebooks.
    Millions of books, but be cautious, since there are wiki features that allow account holders to make changes.
    Over 100,000 ebooks available, from sources whose copyright has expired.
    Over 300 free downloadable ebooks with a focus on art and art history.
    updated 5/31/2020