The World eBook Fair runs from July 4 through August 4, 2011. Their goal is to provide Free public access for a month to 6.5 Million eBooks. Project Gutenberg and the Internet Archive are both contributing organizations and will be presenting a number of items in other media this year, including music, movies and artwork, even dance choreography. The collections include light and heavy reading materials, more reference books, scientific items, etc., and about 50,000 music entries in addition to the 12,000 that debuted last year.
All are welcome to join the World Public Library as well for an annual membership of $8.95 per year. Members can download a selection of about 2,000,000 PDF eBooks.
The World eBook Fair, sponsored by Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive , World Public Library, and a multitude of others is in full swing, now until August 4th. This is the 5th annual fair, with over 3.5 million free PDF eBooks available for download. Access is free for one month, after which users are encouraged to join the World Public Library for the small fee of $8.95 per year. About 750,000 titles are available for PDF download from the World Public Library.
The World eBook Fair runs from July 4th to August 4th, 2009. The goal of the fair is to provide FREE public access to 2 million eBooks for one month. Sponsors include Project Gutenberg, World Public Library, Ask.com, Internet Archive, and more. After the fair, readers may continue to access about 1/2 million ebooks for a small monthly fee, a subscription to the World Public Library.
Download free eBooks during the World eBook Fair, now through August 4th.
The 2008 theme “Own Your Own Library” is possible with over 1 million titles available for download.
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