Online Books



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Today, Scribd is the place where you publish, discover and discuss original writings and documents. More than 50 million people each month are finding or sharing fun, functional or fantastical writings and documents on Scribd.com and tens of thousands of other websites that have embedded Scribd's document reader. From: http://www.scribd.com/about



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Publish and order your work or your students. Books are just as if you bought them from a bookstore.



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Upload and share or find professional documents.



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Tikatok is a free creative community site where children can create, illustrate, and share their stories. It has the option of ordering stories to be printed out into real hardcover and paperback books. Teachers can create class accounts and read their student's stories. Tikatok also offers: interactive story templates, a book editor, the possibility of sharing your story with your friends.





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Storybird is a service that uses collaborative storytelling to connect kids and families. Two (or more) people author a Storybird—one with words, one with pictures—and then share it with their network. The final product can be printed (coming soon), watched on screen, played with like a toy, or shared through a worldwide library. Source

The following example was created by a Third Grade Student:



AudioBooks


Education Portal's 50 Places to Find Free Books Online includes an AudioBook section.

iTunes also has their own Audiobook section.

Not Web 2.0 But Still Useful


gutenberg.png Free books whose copyrights have already expired. Many classics.