Sugar on a Stick/E-Books
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Links of sources of e-books for children
- Internet Archive Children's Library Good source of illustrated books in several formats. DejaVu format is recommended.
- Project Gutenberg Children's Bookshelf Mostly plain text books which can be read with the Read Etexts activity.
- Snee Selection from Project Gutenberg.
- 100 Useful Links for eBook Lovers (lots of free book sources, don't know how much children's material there is- sorry)
- 100 Free Audio Books You Should Have Read By Now (more links that need sorting through for suitable material but there is a children's section further down the page – audio ogg format books will play in Browse and could help for folks with visual disabilities or with spoken language learning).
- Audio book: The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear
- US Library of Congress Rare Book Children's Literature Collection A small number of classic children's stories in online and PDF formats.
- Baen Free Library Current and classic science fiction books which can be read online using Browse or downloaded in RTF format and read with Read Etexts. Most of the titles are suitable for older children.
- Little Brother An excellent young adult science fiction novel that can be downloaded for free. EPUB, Plain Text, PDF, and XO library bundle versions are available.
- Newbery Medal Winners by Women Authors HTML with original illustrations.
- International Children's Digital Library Books in many languages for young readers to read online.