If you’ve recently purchased a Kindle, or received one as a gift, you know that you’d have to spend an awful lot of money on ebooks to fill up all the storage space available on the device. If you want to grow your ebook collection without emptying your pocketbook, there are a number of ways to get a wide variety of books to enhance your Kindle library.
E-text publisher of literary works in Catalan, English and Spanish.
60 classic novels, classic reference and non-fiction works, including the renowned Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, and Websters Revised Unabridged Dictionary
A large collection of copyright-free Christian texts, mostly in ascii text format.
Information, images, and stories from this genre, popular in the mid to late 19th Century
Hypertext editions of great books - searchable and sorted by author.
A digital library of resources for the study of the ancient world and beyond.
A portfolio of free to view picture books and other artwork by a professional illustrator. Suitable for all age groups. Part of the UK's National Grid for Learning.
The Web's largest collection of plain vanilla ascii texts, from the Declaration of Independence to the complete works of Shakespeare.
Publishing free electronic editions of classic Nordic literature and art.
A fantastic site to visit if you're interested in this period of religious history. Along with the texts, some of the author pages here have research guides, images, and articles.
The University of Michigan's efforts at bringing essential humanities texts online.
A digital library filled with children's books from many cultures and in many languages.
A digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction.
A great collection of links to free online books, songs, and more in ascii, html, PDF, and other freely available formats.
Transcriptions of works by British women writers of the 19th century, encoded using SGML.