The best free online libraries on the internet (part 4)

16. Biblomania

Bibliomania is the most favorite literature portal on the internet. It has won numerous awards such as being voted one of the world’s top 300 websites by Forbes magazine. It provides thousands of e-books, short stories, poems, articles, and plays all of which are totally free. You can read the world’s greatest fiction by authors like all Shakespeare’s plays, Sherlock Holmes mysteries, or just dip into some short stories by writers like Mark Twain.

17. Perseus Digital Library

The Perseus Hopper is an open-source project that provides a suite of services for interacting with textual collections covering the history, literature, and culture of the Greco-Roman world as well. Their aim is to make the full record for humanity as intellectually accessible as possible to every one and provide information adapted to as many linguistic and cultural backgrounds as possible.

18. Bartleby

Developed by Barnes & Noble Education, Inc, Bartleby is an academic library providing great reference works and historical and scientific texts which are available for free online. Current offerings on the Bartleby platform include Bartleby Writing and Bartleby Textbook Solutions. Its aim is to serve all who work to elevate their lives through education.

19. International Children’s Digital Library

Initially created by an interdisciplinary research team at the University of Maryland cooperating with the Internet Archive, International Children’s Digital Library is a non-profit corporation. Their mission is to prepare children for life in an ethnically and culturally diverse world by building the largest online multicultural repository of children’s literature in the world and offering free access to works from over 42 countries.

20. LibriVox

LibriVox is a group of worldwide volunteers who read and record public domain texts in order to create free public domain audiobooks that can be downloaded easily from their website and other digital library hosting sites. LibriVox’s objective is to make all books in the public domain freely available in audio format.