Where can I find free e-books?


Stuck at home and (oh no!) you have run out of books to read.  Check out these links to find more books that are free of charge.

Available with a valid CLAMS library card:

Libby or Overdrive

Download the Libby app (for most devices) or Overdrive (for Kindle Fire tablets or laptops) and create an account with your CLAMS card number and your library PIN.  You will have access to all the e-books in the CLAMS Network.

Browse our collection of “Always Available”  e-books and audiobooks to find something you can enjoy without a wait list:  https://clamsnet.overdrive.com/clamsma-mashpee/always-available

Available without a library card:

Bookbub – With a free account, users can access limited-time offers for the best free books in over twenty genres, from both top-tier publishers and critically-acclaimed independent authors. These free e-books are available on all devices, including Kindle, Nook, iPad, and Android

Netgalley – Visit this website and create an account for free to request, read, and recommend digital review copies before they are published.

Project Gutenberg – A a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. This is a collection of mostly older literary works published before 1924 whose U.S. copyright has expired.

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