I spent quite a while searching for classics for my Kindle, and thought I would share a link for you to go directly to the list! All of these ebooks are free , and in the public domain, which means they are US copyright-free and you can share them or print them all you’d like. There are other locations online to find public domain books, but these are especialy formatted for the Amazon Kindle.
The list includes classics such as 20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea and Les Miserables, as well as lesser known books on hobbies as well as historical accounts.
I found quite a few ebooks that I’ll be tucking into our literature and history readings this upcoming school year. See what you think of the free public domain classics for the Kindle, here.
Nice one! I absolutely adore my e-reader!!
Not a Kindle but I love it.
I have found tons of free resources, the ones you have listed are favorites. Here are a few more.
and this blog often has Kindle freebies
the free software Stanza can convert tons of formats to the Kindle format should you need it too.
I’ve been wondering about Kindle for a while. It would mean having loads more books without taking up loads more space. But in the UK it gets very mixed reviews so I have held fire.
Does it read pdf?
Lori Seaborg says
Thank you so much for your links, Lizzie. I'm looking forward to checking them out!
Tessa McKnight says
Great post with great links! My husband runs the site called “Christian Books Free” which also has some REALLY awesome and extremely easy to download books.
Thanks for posting these links!!
One resource for free ebooks you have missed is OBOOKO. The website has been legally distributing books free for over 6 years in pdf, epub and kindle formats. Check it out: http://www.obooko.com/