• These are excellent eBooks resources teachers, parents, and students to use on desktops or individual devices for student reading.  These resources are certainly not the only resources that offer free e-books but these do provide quality books  



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    TumbleBook Library is a collection of animated, talking picture books, graphic novels, nonfiction books, and electronic chapter books which includes games, lesson plans, and quizzes.  Please share the username and password with your students so they can access this great resource at home as well as school.


    Web address: www.tumblebooklibrary.com 

    Username: whrobinson

    Password: books




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    Epic! is an eBook library that is free for educators and includes popular books such as Fancy Nancy, Big Nate, Warriors, Ramona, Frozen, nonfiction titles from National Geographic and more.  The collection contains over 10,000 eBooks for students age 12 and under.  It is compatible on Android, Apple, and Kindle devices.  Families can purchase a subscription to Epic! for $4.99 per month.  


    Web address: www.getepic.com

    You create your own username & password.





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    NCWiseOwl gives you access to thousands of eBooks using EBSCOhost.  Click on "Elementary Zone" then "eBook Collection" in the toolbar on the left.  NCWiseOwl is also a fantastic resource for students to use for research instead of using Google.  Students & staff will need a password to access NCWiseOwl from home.


    Web address: www.ncwiseowl.org

    Password: wiseowl15





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    Unite for Literacy is a free website with many nonfiction ebooks for beginning readers.  These bold and bright books have audio options so students can hear the books read aloud in English and a variety of other languages. The books are read by native speakers so that all learners can benefit.


    Web address: www.uniteforliteracy.com