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Last post 09-06-2012 11:47 AM by Loveday. 11 replies.
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  • 04-28-2010 4:11 PM

    Free eBooks

    So I was looking for a book online the other day and learned about an awesome new (ok, new to me) concept, eBooks! What a great idea, doesn't clutter up the house and no trips to the library necessary.

    I also saw that there are options for FREE eBooks as well! I went to Barnes and Noble and saw that they have lots of free titles available. I even found a specific book I was looking for as a free eBook! Here's the link for Barnes and Noble's eBook reader and more info: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/ebooks/how-it-works.asp?cds2Pid=29168&linkid=1564100

    Heather in CA
    http://storingupmytreasures.blogspot.com/
  • 04-28-2010 4:22 PM In reply to

    Re: Free eBooks

    Hey, cool, a source I didn't know about.  I get most of my free ebooks from http://projectgutenberg.org/
  • 04-29-2010 1:01 AM In reply to

    Re: Free eBooks

    there are lots of ebooks! favecrafts has loads too.

    Officially recognized Stretchpert in Hobbies and Crafts
  • 08-15-2012 6:20 PM In reply to

    • Brandy
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    Re: Free eBooks

    What other sources are out there for ebooks now?

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  • 08-15-2012 6:27 PM In reply to

    Re: Free eBooks

    I found some for gr 7-9 recently on a local homeschool blog I planned on posting a link later. on novels etc for that age group.

    My library has lots of ebooks you can check out.

    Officially recognized Stretchpert in Hobbies and Crafts
  • 08-15-2012 7:51 PM In reply to

    Re: Free eBooks

    check out the blog Pixel of Ink ... it posts Kindle books three times a day

  • 08-20-2012 10:38 AM In reply to

    Re: Free eBooks

    Our state has a digital library, and I'm assuming other states do too; we're not usually on the cutting edge of things, lol.  I recently used it and was really surprised at the huge array of things available. Thousands of e books and audiobooks, as well as music cd's and some movies.  You check the items out for a week or two, just like at the regular library, and can reserve things that are not currently available (I guess they have a limited number of licensing keys for each item).  I'm a huge fan of audio books, so that's what I mainly focused on.  I like to download them to my iPod and listen while driving, doing housework and crafts, etc.  Check it out if you haven't already.

    Carol
    western NC
  • 08-20-2012 5:38 PM In reply to

    • Karen K
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    Re: Free eBooks

    I just recently bought my own Nook. I love it! Not only is it a great alternative to buying/storing books, it's a great alternative for those that need large print and have trouble holding those big heavy books. Yeah, speaking from personal experience.
    Karen K

    http://www.sugarcreekwoodworking.com
    http://www.asimplepinebox.com
  • 08-21-2012 2:27 PM In reply to

    • Karen K
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    Re: Free eBooks

    Did anyone mention this site yet? If not, you really need to look at it. It has tons of free ebooks and you can also read the books on line. Simple to download into your Nook/Kindle! Some really great "old time" recipe books, etc. http://www.gutenberg.org/
    Karen K

    http://www.sugarcreekwoodworking.com
    http://www.asimplepinebox.com
  • 08-31-2012 3:06 PM In reply to

    Re: Free eBooks

    The Hillbilly Housewife's new jellies and jams e-book is available free on Amazon for just a few days.

    http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/homemade-jelly-and-jam-recipes-free-on-amazon.htm

    Carol
    western NC
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