Reading is a wonderful experience, whether you’re a researcher, or interested in reading the classics, the Library of Congress has got you covered. http://www.read.gov/books/
With more than 60 classic books available on an easy-to-use interface, this is the perfect website if you have a specific classic you’re looking to read. This archive also includes children’s classics like Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella.
Open Library‘s goal is to create a web page for every book ever published https://openlibrary.org/
This easy-to-navigate website archive has more than 1 million books on it, which makes it the perfect place to read books for free online. If you’re searching for a specific book to read, use the search bar. When you get your results, make sure the “Ebooks” box is checked so that the results only show you free online books.
The most extensive collection of free books online is available on Google Books https://books.google.com/
Searching for a book feels exactly like typing a question into Google. Unfortunately, not all books on Google Books are available for free. After you search for your book, click on “Search tools” and change “Any books” to “Free Google eBooks” to make sure that you’re looking at free content.
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