More Free eBooks from Aluratek

We've already shown you how to get 100 free eBooks (how nice, we know), but why not share even more ways our loyal Aluratek eReader fans can profit from the "free fairy"?

These popular sites offer free ebooks and even a little more if you dig through the stacks!

Stack of booksWikibooks is a Wikimedia community for creating a free library of educational textbooks that anyone can edit.

Project Gutenberg offers free ebooks from producers.

Free-eBooks is an online source for free ebook downloads, ebook resources and ebook authors. Besides free ebooks, you also download free magazines or submit your own ebook.

Scribd, the online document sharing site, supports Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and other popular formats.

The Online Books Page lists over 30,000 free books on the Web.

AskSam Ebooks has a collection of free e-books like Shakespeare, and assorted legal and governmental texts.

FreeBookSpot is an online source of free ebooks download with 4,485 free ebooks (how exact!).

With eBookLobby, ebook categories range from business, art, computing and education.

KnowFree is a web portal where users are able to exchange freely e-books, video training and other materials for educational purposes and self-practice.

BookYards is a web portal in which books, education materials, information, and content will be freely to anyone who has an internet connection.

So go on, indulge yourself in some freebies! We're always here to help at Auratek!

6 thoughts on “More Free eBooks from Aluratek”

  • Ka-Sandra Royster
    Ka-Sandra Royster October 4, 2010 at 12:36 am

    I really love my libre, I take it with me everywhere.

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    • Jody D

      I have had mine for over a year and I cannot figure out how to get books on it, and I don't find anything but classics. I had my mothers kindle in my hands for five seconds and had her loaded with books and ready to go

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  • Janie Wilson

    Trying to get the free books into my Aluratek

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  • William M Floyd

    Thanks for making my personal library a more manageable source of pride, pleasure, resources and reference materials. In my pocket and portable. I too do "Adore" my Ereader. Now, if you can do something about those electro-magnetic pulse devices ....(smile) I am certain will no colossal errors in judgment by well meaning terrorists or activists will be very insurmoutable in the looming futures. (Smile)

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  • Carolyn Ashmore
    Carolyn Ashmore July 5, 2013 at 12:03 pm

    I inherited Aluratek eReader. Have read the books that are already loaded.What is a good web site for downloading more books?

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    • Greg

      Hi Carolyn. Thanks for your message. You can find a great selection of ebooks for Google Play, kobobooks.com or gutenberg.org

      Reply
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