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If you’re looking for Ebooks for your family, there’s no need to spend a bunch of money. There are so many places where you can download free Ebooks or read them online. We’ve found books for the entire family. There’s everything from picture books for beginning readers to novels for adults. You can find both classics and recent books in every genre for free in Ebook format.

Where to Find Free Ebooks

The websites below offer a wide selection of free Ebooks. Several of these websites include books for adults, and even the ones that only offer children’s books may include some that aren’t appropriate for every family. So, I recommend that you supervise your children when they are picking out books and screen their choices before allowing them to read them.

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Oxford Owl

Oxford Owl, an award-winning website from Oxford University Press, offers 150 free eBooks for children ages 3 to 12. You will need to create a free parent account to view the books. The website also provides educational videos, games, and other learning materials.

International Children’s Digital Library

International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) is a nonprofit organization that provides access to children’s eBooks from all over the world. There are over 4,600 titles in 80 languages to choose from. If you create a free account, you can save your favorite books, set personal preferences, and bookmark ones you’d like to read later. ICDL’s books are intended for children ages 3 to 13.

Open Library

Open Library, which is part of the nonprofit Internet Archive, hosts over a million eBooks for all ages. More than 30,000 of these books are for children. The library includes both classics and newer titles. You’ll need to create a free account to check out books. Some books have a waitlist.

Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature

The Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature, which was created by the University of Florida, offers over 6,000 children’s books from the mid- to late 19th century. The collection can be sorted by publisher, topic, or genre.

American Literature

American Literature has a large collection of short stories, poems, and novels for children and adults of all ages. Convenient categories help readers find the type of literature they are seeking. All of the materials can be read online, rather than by downloading.



Free Kids Books

Free Kids Books offers an extensive collection of eBooks for children and teens. The books are sortable by category and recommended age. They also offer many downloadable textbooks and workbooks.

Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg offers over 60,000 free eBooks for all ages. Most of these books are classics that are now available in the public domain. You can find their children’s books here.

Gateway to the Classics

Gateway to the Classics offers a large collection of classic literature for children and the young at heart. They offer hundreds of titles across a wide variety of genres, with special emphasis on history, literature, and natural history. They also have approximately 2,500 poems and a small number of audio recordings.

Children’s Books Online

Children’s Books Online offers classic books that are organized by reading level. There are books for everyone, from pre-readers to adults. Some of the books are available in multiple languages. They also offer a small collection of audiobooks.

Elemeno

Elemeno offers a searchable database of over 600 free decodable books and passages for early readers. The Ebooks are available for download in PDF format.

Get Free Books

At Get Free Books you’ll find an expansive directory of Ebooks for adults and children of all ages. You can sort the directory by category. You’ll find links to Ebooks on many other websites. Some of the books can be downloaded, while others can be read online.



Free-eBooks.net

Free-eBooks.net offers thousands of books for all ages, including over 100 classics for children. With a free membership, you can read five free books each month. To read an unlimited number of books and have access to other features, you’ll need to upgrade to a paid membership.

ManyBooks

ManyBooks has an extensive library of over 50,000 eBooks for all ages, including many for children. You may download books or read them online.

The Ultimate Guide to Free Graded Reader eBooks

This post from Contently Humble provides links to over 200 classic school readers from 24 different series. Some of these readers include McGuffey, Elson, Treadwell, and Baldwin. These readers were published in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and are now available in the public domain. There are readers available for kindergarten/1st grade through 8th grade reading levels.

I See Sam

I See Sam is a series of 52 readers for children who are just learning to read. They were initially published in 1972 and are now available for download, in an easy to print format.

Rivet

Rivet is a free app with over 3,500 leveled readers for children who are learning to read. The app is available for both Apple and Android devices. Within the app, the Ebooks can be sorted by reading level. The app will also provide help if the child has trouble reading a word.


Amazon

Amazon doesn’t just sell books. They also offer free eBooks for all ages. What’s available changes often, but here’s their current list of Top 100 Free Children’s eBooks. If you don’t have an Amazon Kindle, you can download the Kindle App for free to read Amazon’s Ebooks on your tablet, phone, or computer. If you can’t find the free eBooks you’re looking for, Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited subscription is very affordable. With the subscription, you can borrow an unlimited number of books. The books are all available instantly, unlike with library apps, where there is often a waitlist for popular Ebooks.

Your Public Library

Contact your local public library to find out if they offer eBooks. Many libraries now allow patrons to check out eBooks online using services like Overdrive or Hoopla.

Free Audiobooks

If you prefer audiobooks to eBooks, this post lists several places to download those.

Free Ebooks for all ages

Note: This post was originally published on March 15, 2020 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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