Free Online Books For Children: 10 More of The Best Websites

Free Online Books for Children Part 2

More Online Books for Children - FREE

I have been searching the internet for free online books for children. This posts follows Part 1 with ten more websites offering free books. For each site I have given a description of what they offer and a link to their website. You will find a range of books from well known to self published and interactive to scanned pages. Some of the websites offer many free books other have just a few. I have not given my opinion on the resources as I think it is important for you to decide what is best for you.
I would love to hear your comments on the books on offer and if you know of any additional websites offering free books.
You can also browse Part 1 of Free Online Books for Children for more websites

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PBS uses the neighborhood of Make Believe from ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood as a backdrop to these stories. Daniel Tiger learns skills and strategies for growing up.
The shy 4-year-old-tiger gets help from his family and friends to navigate his school and home life. The themes of the books will help children identify, express and understand their emotions. Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood also has a YouTube channel.

Read all about Maisy the Mouse and her friends in 4 books free to view online.

FunBrain has a collection of ebooks including some well-known titles such as Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Tom Gates. The books are for children in PreK to 8th Grade. FunBrain also provides hundreds of games, videos and books in mathematics, reading, problem solving and literacy.

Magic Blox! has been around since 2009. They provide accessible and fun books for children. They offer ebooks for children aged 1 – 13 years old organised into categories for toddlers, children and young adults. 

Their collections include books from award-winning authors as well as books in different languages. There is a selection of books viewable for free and Magic Blox! has several subscriptions to view additional books.

Loyal Books has a large collection of free audio and ebooks for children and adults in many languages. You can download the audiobooks as an mp3 file and they have an iTunes podcast.
Loyal Books organises their collection into many genres, including adventure, fantasy, humour, philosophy, science fiction, etc. There is also a section for Teen and Young Adult books.

Founded in 1999, MightyBook provides “entertaining content that helps kids discover the joy and power of reading.” They create illustrated books for children aged 2 – 10 years old. The animated read-aloud books come with original music and sound effects. Children can follow the narration along with highlighted words.

Doozy Moo offers a range of fun picture books as part of a series. You can view them as a read-aloud video, PDF ebook and an audiobook. The sound in the read-aloud video can be muted so children can read the text independently. The books come with free related activities that promote reading comprehension skills and speech and language development.

Every week Sesame Street has several ebooks available online for free. These books can be played automatically or you can turn each page manually. These free books are part of Sesame Street‘s large ebook collection which costs $3.99 per month. If your child enjoys Sesame Street, it is definitely worth checking back every week for new free books!

Author and illustrator Hans Wilhelm provides free access to his picture books as downloadable pdf files. Available languages include, English, Afrikaans, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish. You can use the books freely for non-commercial use at home or in the classroom. New titles in different languages will be added when they become available.

Unfortunately, this part of the BBC website is only available in the UK. As the BBC is publicly funded by the UK public, it is not accessible worldwide. If you are in the UK, you will find animated and live action stories, interviews and songs, many related to CBeebies favourite characters

Hopefully these website suggestion will give you many hours of reading fun. After you have explored all the sites let me know what you think of them in the comments!
Do you have any other suggestions where to get free online books for children? You can also check out other related posts on Children’s Library Lady below.

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