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The Online Books Page indexes and links to more than a million free books on the web. Most of the books are older and out of copyright titles. Books can be located by searching by author, title and subject.
This service provides eBooks and eAudiobooks for download to portable devices and computers. Over 5,000 eBooks and 8,000 eAudiobooks are currently available, including many recently published titles.
A comprehensive English dictionary, as well as up-to-date bilingual dictionaries in French, German, Italian, and Spanish. (Oxford University Press)
A poem for every day of the school year. (Library of Congress)
Create a cool character and join this online world where you can explore the islands, solve mysteries, and compete in quests. (Family Education Network)
Learn about the wizarding world of Harry Potter, discover new writing from the author, and experience Hogwarts for yourself! Free account required. (Pottermore Limited)
A library of electronically stored books, mostly classics, that can be downloaded for free and viewed offline.
Project Noah is a tool to explore and document wildlife. Upload your photographs of the plants and animals you see around you! (National Geographic, New York University)
Project Vote Smart is a nonprofit educational organization with a goal of providing voters with access to information. Voting records, public statements, issue positions as well as campaign finance reports help voters see the big picture behind each candidate.
This resource provides access to articles, obituaries, editorials, and other content in over 300 international, national and regional newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Washington Post, Denver Post, and Chicago Tribune. Coverage also includes the Salt Lake Tribune (1990 to present) and the Deseret News (2003 to present).