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Did you know that eBooks were invented by Michael Hart in 1971? His idea evolved into Project Gutenberg, a library of over 33,000 free eBooks. These eBooks are free because their copyright has expired, so if you’re a fan of the classics you’ll love Project Gutenberg! You can read books on your computer or download them to almost any electronic reader.
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Just because you own a Kindle doesn’t mean you have to pay for eBooks! Amazon.com’s “Popular Classics” section is a user-friendly way to download out-of-copyright eBooks right to your Kindle — no file conversion necessary. Rediscover favorite classics like “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” and “The Wind in the Willows” or uncover a more obscure title. Happy hunting!
Rare Book Room
This website will draw out the bibliophile in everyone! Over 400 rare books have been digitally photographed, page by page, and uploaded onto this site. View high-resolution images of pages from Galileo’s journal or maps drawn by Mercator’s own hand. Be sure to view the botany books, which are beautifully illustrated.