This huge eBook library includes Bible study tools, commentaries, sermons, devotional writings, philosophical and theological treatises, and more. Find the works of Christian authors from the Church Fathers to today, especially if their works are in the public domain (i.e., not copyrighted).
Credo is an easy-to-use tool for starting research. Gather background information on your topic from hundreds of full-text general and subject-specific reference titles, as well as 500,000+ images and audio files and over 1,000 videos.
EBSCO’s eBook Collection database includes nearly 190,000 eBooks on a wide range of subjects. About 20,000 of these eBooks can also be found through the library’s online catalog. The rest come from EBSCO’s eBook Academic Collection database.
Preview or read millions of books. Depending on publishers and copyrights, these books may be read in part or in whole. If you are waiting for a textbook to arrive, you may find a couple chapters of it here.
Drawing from university and research libraries, university presses, Google Books, the Internet Archive, and other partners, the HathiTrust Digital Library presents millions of eBooks and other digitized documents. Its library catalog makes it easy to search by title, author, subject, ISBN/ISSN, publisher, or series title — a great advantage over some other digital libraries listed on this page. Full-text searching is also possible. Find primary documents, public-domain works, and even some copyrighted works (most notably, scholarly eBooks from university presses).
The Internet Archive and Open Library offers over 8.1 million eBooks in public domain (i.e., not copyrighted).
The first eBook library, Project Gutenberg now has over 49,000 high-quality eBooks that can be downloaded or read online. Classic literature and a wide range of subjects can be found here.