Free Reads

After receiving an email on our homeschool listserve from a former homeschooled missionary kid who now sends books to international missionaries who homeschool (cool, no?), I sent her the list of online resources for free e-books and free audio books that I had been gathering over the years.  And I thought, “If I’m going to take all that time to write an email to this one great woman, I might as well share it with my Shesources.”  Get reading and be sure to add your favorite “free reads resources” in the comments below.  

Project Gutenberg – The first producer of free e-books.

Open Library – Over 1 million of the world’s classic literature at your fingertips.

Books Should Be Free – Free audio books from the public domain.

LibriVox – Acoustical liberation of books in the public domain.

AudioGo – The Home of BBC Audiobooks.

Many Books – The best ebooks at the best price:  free!

Candlelight Stories – Stories for children to adults.

Great Hall Productions, Inc. – Intelligent entertainment for the thinking family.

Story Nory – Free audio stories for kids!

Kids Learn Out Loud – Your destination for educational audio & video content for kids & teens.

Open Culture – The best free cultural & educational media on the web.

Podiobooks – Free serialized audio books, delivered on your schedule.

Internet Archive – Universal access to all knowledge.

Lit2Go – A free online collection of stories and poems in Mp3 (audiobook) format.

Free Christian Resources – Finding the best high quality and edifying free Christian resources on the internet.

Christian Classics Ethereal Library – Bringing Christian classic books to life.

ChristArt – Anointed arts & media.

Monergism – Making available the finest classic articles and resources of historical orthodoxy.

Do you have any free reading resources to share?


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  4. Oldies but goodies: local library, church library, friends’ libraries. Because there’s something about the feel of a book, and something about a friendship that can affirm a loan, even to one who loses things (you are more valuable to me than this book; if you lose it I can buy another!). But I am totally going to use this list you have and I’m tongue in cheek about the local library.

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