Libby App-https://meet.libbyapp.com/ Use this app to download free e-books and audio books. Download app from link above, choose Los Angeles Public Library. Type in you Student Success Card ID. Type in the last four digits of your parent's phone number. (Try every number you can think of or call the LA Public Library for help)
Open eBooks- Go to the app store on your phone and download Open eBooks. Sign in with First Book to download free eBooks. Enter the following code and pin- high school- HGC7LAZVHV | 4169 middle school- M97N2LTNFJ | 0902
Project Gutenberg- www.gutenberg.org/
Project Gutenberg is your go-to place for classic, public domain literature. Project Gutenbergoffers over 53,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.
1. Click on Digital Library tab on library website. 2. Click on link and then scroll down to Digital Library Subscription Sites. 3. Choose Infobase and then Bloom's Literature to find many classic books!
BookBub Alerts you to limited time free or discounted e-books. Free to join. Read on any device. Scroll down to book categories and choose Teen & Young Adults.
Free-Ebooks.net A free membership gives you five downloads per month. Scroll down to category and choose Youth or Classics.
freebooksy.com Finds which books are free on any given day from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple and Kobo and posts them daily. Choose Browse by Category, then Young Adult.
hundredzeros.com This site tells you which books are free on Amazon. At the very bottom of the "Browse Books by Subject" bar at the right is "Young Adults and Teens."
Open Library An online lending library with 100s of participating libraries in the US and Canada and other countries. Set up an account and borrow up to 5 titles for 2 weeks each. Read on a computer or on your smartphone or e-reader.
www.rbdigital.com/lapl/service/magazines/landing Click on link. Create a new account. Type in your Student Success Card and pin (last 4 digits of parent phone number, try every number you can think of. If it doesn't work, go to or call your local LA Public Library for help.