Where to Get Books
The web is a great resource for accessible content. The following is a list of sites where books are available to download. Note: Some sites require a qualifying disability for membership.
Bookshare offers DAISY and BRF versions of over 60,000 books, periodicals, magazines, and textbooks. Hundreds of new books are added each month.
Newsline provides DAISY and BRF versions of several newspapers, updated daily.
- Project Gutenberg
Project Gutenberg has more than 30,000 public domain books to download in ePub, Mobipocket, HTML and simple text formats.
LibriVox offers public domain audiobooks for download in MP3 and OGG format.
- Sample books
Paid Services and Stores
- Learning Ally
Learning Ally serves students of every grade level, including adults, by providing digitally-recorded textbooks and other instructional materials.
FictionWise has a large catalog of e-books from best-selling authors. Some books are also available to download for free.
Audible.com offers over 60,000 digital audiobooks, new releases, radio shows, audio newspapers and magazines.