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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> If you're like me, books are a refuge. I don't discriminate when it comes to a good story, whether on my Nook, my Pixel 3 ($460 at Walmart) or on the paper page. I love finding a good story and that stays with me long after I finish the last chapter. But when you're reading several books a month, getting new titles the easy way, from Amazon or  [http://www.cnlhotelsandresorts.net/__media__/js/netsoltrademark.php?d=irwinadiel.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F185518130565%2Fmake-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new Irwinadiel.tumblr.com/post/185518130565/make-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new] the bookstore, gets to be an expensive [https://evanhoggarth.tumblr.com/post/185544774657/hobby-lobby-weekly-discount-beginners-guide-to hobby lobby gift basket supplies]. That's where [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?sel=site&searchPhrase=free%20digital free digital] libraries come in.<br><br>Thanks to the internet, the concept of a personal library is changing. It used to be that paper books lined endless shelves. With the rise of Amazon and its Kindle, the convenience of buying books to read on a device took over. Free-lending libraries, which are celebrating National [http://de.bab.la/woerterbuch/englisch-deutsch/Library Library] Week in the US, have moved online, too, alongside brick-and-mortar libraries that are reinventing themselves to stay relevant in the digital age. Today, dozens of websites and apps offer everything from contemporary indie fiction to Elizabethan classics without charging you a penny.<br><br>Here are 10 good ways of getting books for free on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet, without breaking copyright law (and we know you never would). <br><br>The Next Chapter is a multipart series that examines the changing role of libraries in a connected world. <br><br>James Martin/CNET Which books can I read for free?<br><br>If you've looked for free books before, you might've noticed that most, though not all, are classics. Older works of literature, essays or plays are classified as public domain, which means the creative work isn't subject to copyright laws. When nobody owns a work, it can be offered for free.<br><br>What do I need to know before I download and read?<br>Reading a book online is easy, but downloading a [http://news.sky.com/search?term=book%20depends book depends] on what device you want to read it on. Apple users can install Apple Books (also known as iBooks) on their iPad, iPod Touch ($200 at Walmart) or iPhone ($1,000 at Amazon). Android users can check out Google Play Books. On both these apps, you can find cheap and [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/search/?queryText=free%20e-books free e-books]. <br><br>Here are a few common formats you'll see as you explore and download your free books:<br><br><br>EPUB - compatible on all devices except Kindle.<br><br>HTML - usable if you're reading in your browser, though eReaders support the format too.<br><br>MOBI - frequently used with Kindle.<br><br>PDF - supported by e-book readers, iOS and Android devices.<br><br>RTF - works with most e-book readers and iOS and Android devices.<br><br>TXT - Basic text with no formatting and compatible with iOS and Android devices.<br>More stories <br><br>Library services get digital, testing privacy values<br><br>Best e-book readers of 2019<br><br>How to get free digital magazines from your library<br><br>This browser extension shows you which Amazon books are at your library<br><br>How to get e-books, movies and TV shows at your library

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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> If you're like me, books are a refuge. I don't discriminate when it comes to a good story, whether on my Nook, my Pixel 3 ($460 at Walmart) or on the paper page. I love finding a good story and that stays with me long after I finish the last chapter. But when you're reading several books a month, getting new titles the easy way, from Amazon or [http://www.cnlhotelsandresorts.net/__media__/js/netsoltrademark.php?d=irwinadiel.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F185518130565%2Fmake-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new Irwinadiel.tumblr.com/post/185518130565/make-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new] the bookstore, gets to be an expensive [https://evanhoggarth.tumblr.com/post/185544774657/hobby-lobby-weekly-discount-beginners-guide-to hobby lobby gift basket supplies]. That's where [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?sel=site&searchPhrase=free%20digital free digital] libraries come in.<br><br>Thanks to the internet, the concept of a personal library is changing. It used to be that paper books lined endless shelves. With the rise of Amazon and its Kindle, the convenience of buying books to read on a device took over. Free-lending libraries, which are celebrating National [http://de.bab.la/woerterbuch/englisch-deutsch/Library Library] Week in the US, have moved online, too, alongside brick-and-mortar libraries that are reinventing themselves to stay relevant in the digital age. Today, dozens of websites and apps offer everything from contemporary indie fiction to Elizabethan classics without charging you a penny.<br><br>Here are 10 good ways of getting books for free on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet, without breaking copyright law (and we know you never would). <br><br>The Next Chapter is a multipart series that examines the changing role of libraries in a connected world. <br><br>James Martin/CNET Which books can I read for free?<br><br>If you've looked for free books before, you might've noticed that most, though not all, are classics. Older works of literature, essays or plays are classified as public domain, which means the creative work isn't subject to copyright laws. When nobody owns a work, it can be offered for free.<br><br>What do I need to know before I download and read?<br>Reading a book online is easy, but downloading a [http://news.sky.com/search?term=book%20depends book depends] on what device you want to read it on. Apple users can install Apple Books (also known as iBooks) on their iPad, iPod Touch ($200 at Walmart) or iPhone ($1,000 at Amazon). Android users can check out Google Play Books. On both these apps, you can find cheap and [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/search/?queryText=free%20e-books free e-books]. <br><br>Here are a few common formats you'll see as you explore and download your free books:<br><br><br>EPUB - compatible on all devices except Kindle.<br><br>HTML - usable if you're reading in your browser, though eReaders support the format too.<br><br>MOBI - frequently used with Kindle.<br><br>PDF - supported by e-book readers, iOS and Android devices.<br><br>RTF - works with most e-book readers and iOS and Android devices.<br><br>TXT - Basic text with no formatting and compatible with iOS and Android devices.<br>More stories <br><br>Library services get digital, testing privacy values<br><br>Best e-book readers of 2019<br><br>How to get free digital magazines from your library<br><br>This browser extension shows you which Amazon books are at your library<br><br>How to get e-books, movies and TV shows at your library
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@@ -1,1 +1,1 @@ - +id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> If you're like me, books are a refuge. I don't discriminate when it comes to a good story, whether on my Nook, my Pixel 3 ($460 at Walmart) or on the paper page. I love finding a good story and that stays with me long after I finish the last chapter. But when you're reading several books a month, getting new titles the easy way, from Amazon or [http://www.cnlhotelsandresorts.net/__media__/js/netsoltrademark.php?d=irwinadiel.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F185518130565%2Fmake-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new Irwinadiel.tumblr.com/post/185518130565/make-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new] the bookstore, gets to be an expensive [https://evanhoggarth.tumblr.com/post/185544774657/hobby-lobby-weekly-discount-beginners-guide-to hobby lobby gift basket supplies]. That's where [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?sel=site&searchPhrase=free%20digital free digital] libraries come in.<br><br>Thanks to the internet, the concept of a personal library is changing. It used to be that paper books lined endless shelves. With the rise of Amazon and its Kindle, the convenience of buying books to read on a device took over. Free-lending libraries, which are celebrating National [http://de.bab.la/woerterbuch/englisch-deutsch/Library Library] Week in the US, have moved online, too, alongside brick-and-mortar libraries that are reinventing themselves to stay relevant in the digital age. Today, dozens of websites and apps offer everything from contemporary indie fiction to Elizabethan classics without charging you a penny.<br><br>Here are 10 good ways of getting books for free on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet, without breaking copyright law (and we know you never would). <br><br>The Next Chapter is a multipart series that examines the changing role of libraries in a connected world. <br><br>James Martin/CNET Which books can I read for free?<br><br>If you've looked for free books before, you might've noticed that most, though not all, are classics. Older works of literature, essays or plays are classified as public domain, which means the creative work isn't subject to copyright laws. When nobody owns a work, it can be offered for free.<br><br>What do I need to know before I download and read?<br>Reading a book online is easy, but downloading a [http://news.sky.com/search?term=book%20depends book depends] on what device you want to read it on. Apple users can install Apple Books (also known as iBooks) on their iPad, iPod Touch ($200 at Walmart) or iPhone ($1,000 at Amazon). Android users can check out Google Play Books. On both these apps, you can find cheap and [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/search/?queryText=free%20e-books free e-books]. <br><br>Here are a few common formats you'll see as you explore and download your free books:<br><br><br>EPUB - compatible on all devices except Kindle.<br><br>HTML - usable if you're reading in your browser, though eReaders support the format too.<br><br>MOBI - frequently used with Kindle.<br><br>PDF - supported by e-book readers, iOS and Android devices.<br><br>RTF - works with most e-book readers and iOS and Android devices.<br><br>TXT - Basic text with no formatting and compatible with iOS and Android devices.<br>More stories <br><br>Library services get digital, testing privacy values<br><br>Best e-book readers of 2019<br><br>How to get free digital magazines from your library<br><br>This browser extension shows you which Amazon books are at your library<br><br>How to get e-books, movies and TV shows at your library
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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> If you're like me, books are a refuge. I don't discriminate when it comes to a good story, whether on my Nook, my Pixel 3 ($460 at Walmart) or on the paper page. I love finding a good story and that stays with me long after I finish the last chapter. But when you're reading several books a month, getting new titles the easy way, from Amazon or [http://www.cnlhotelsandresorts.net/__media__/js/netsoltrademark.php?d=irwinadiel.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F185518130565%2Fmake-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new Irwinadiel.tumblr.com/post/185518130565/make-money-online-as-a-developer-pick-your-new] the bookstore, gets to be an expensive [https://evanhoggarth.tumblr.com/post/185544774657/hobby-lobby-weekly-discount-beginners-guide-to hobby lobby gift basket supplies]. That's where [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?sel=site&searchPhrase=free%20digital free digital] libraries come in.<br><br>Thanks to the internet, the concept of a personal library is changing. It used to be that paper books lined endless shelves. With the rise of Amazon and its Kindle, the convenience of buying books to read on a device took over. Free-lending libraries, which are celebrating National [http://de.bab.la/woerterbuch/englisch-deutsch/Library Library] Week in the US, have moved online, too, alongside brick-and-mortar libraries that are reinventing themselves to stay relevant in the digital age. Today, dozens of websites and apps offer everything from contemporary indie fiction to Elizabethan classics without charging you a penny.<br><br>Here are 10 good ways of getting books for free on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet, without breaking copyright law (and we know you never would). <br><br>The Next Chapter is a multipart series that examines the changing role of libraries in a connected world. <br><br>James Martin/CNET Which books can I read for free?<br><br>If you've looked for free books before, you might've noticed that most, though not all, are classics. Older works of literature, essays or plays are classified as public domain, which means the creative work isn't subject to copyright laws. When nobody owns a work, it can be offered for free.<br><br>What do I need to know before I download and read?<br>Reading a book online is easy, but downloading a [http://news.sky.com/search?term=book%20depends book depends] on what device you want to read it on. Apple users can install Apple Books (also known as iBooks) on their iPad, iPod Touch ($200 at Walmart) or iPhone ($1,000 at Amazon). Android users can check out Google Play Books. On both these apps, you can find cheap and [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/search/?queryText=free%20e-books free e-books]. <br><br>Here are a few common formats you'll see as you explore and download your free books:<br><br><br>EPUB - compatible on all devices except Kindle.<br><br>HTML - usable if you're reading in your browser, though eReaders support the format too.<br><br>MOBI - frequently used with Kindle.<br><br>PDF - supported by e-book readers, iOS and Android devices.<br><br>RTF - works with most e-book readers and iOS and Android devices.<br><br>TXT - Basic text with no formatting and compatible with iOS and Android devices.<br>More stories <br><br>Library services get digital, testing privacy values<br><br>Best e-book readers of 2019<br><br>How to get free digital magazines from your library<br><br>This browser extension shows you which Amazon books are at your library<br><br>How to get e-books, movies and TV shows at your library
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