eBooks available to borrow at the Open Library
A great resource for readers and researchers: Over 200,000 eBooks (and growing) are available to borrow at the Open Library. Open Library account holders (free to create an account) can borrow up to 5 titles for 2 weeks each. The books can be read either in a web browser or as a PDF or ePub (using Adoble Digital Editions). Each title can only be borrowed by one reader at a time but readers can put themselves on a waitlist for books already checked out.
Books such as The Blacks in Canada: a history by Robin W. Winks and Black reconstruction in America: an essay toward a history of the part which black folk played in the attempt to reconstruct democracy in America, 1860-1880 by W.E. B. Du Bois are available to borrow.
As well, Open Library also makes available over a million free eBooks available for reading online. Books such as Special Resource Study, Management Concepts, Environmental Assessment: Underground Railroad are available to read online.
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