Other eBook Sources

Free eBook Resources

  • Project Gutenberg: Project Gutenberg was the first to supply free ebooks, and today they have almost 30,000 free titles in stock.
  • Free-eBooks.net: Besides browsing topics such as biography, fan fiction, games, history, or tutorials, you can submit your own ebook, too.
  • ManyBooks.net: You can conduct an advanced search, type in a title or author, browse categories or select books by language, from Finnish to Bulgarian to Catalan to Swedish.
  • DailyLit: Get free downloads sent to your email by RSS feed.
  • iBiblio: Find archives, ebooks, tutorials, language books, and more from iBiblio.
  • Authorama: This public domain book site has a wide variety of ebooks for free, by Lewis Carroll, Emerson, Kafka, and more.
  • Bartleby: While Bartleby charges for some titles, it has a free ebook store here.
  • bibliomania: You will find over 2,000 classic texts from bibliomania, plus study guides, reference material and more.
  • Baen Free Library: You can download ebooks for HTML, RTF, Microsoft Reader and for Palm, Psion, and Window CE.
  • Read Print Library: These novels and poems are all free.
  • ebook Directory: From children’s books to IT books to literature to reference, you’ll find lots of free titles and book packages here.
  • Planet Publish: Planet Publish has made available classic titles like Anna Karenina and Frankenstein for free.
  • Get Free Ebooks: This website has free ebooks in categories from writing to environment to fiction to business, plus features and reviews.
  • eBookLobby: You’ll find lost of self-help, hobby and reference books here, plus children’s fiction and more.
  • Bookyards: This online “library to the world” has over 17,000 ebooks, plus links to other digital libraries.
  • The Online Books Page: You’ll be able to access over 35,000 free ebooks from this site, powered by the University of Pennsylvania.
  • BookBub: Alerts you to limited-time free & discounted ebooks matching your interests. It’s free to join, you can read on any device, and the books are yours to own.
  • Free Book Notes: Has a list of free ebook sources from general to specialty books. Includes sources for children’s ebooks.
  • Open Library: The World’s classic literature at your fingertips. Over 1,000,000 free ebook titles available.
  • LibriVox: Free public domain audiobooks read by volunteers from around the world.

Regular Hours of Operation

  • Monday – Thursday: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Sunday: CLOSED

Closures in 2021

  • January 1 – New Year’s
  • January 18 – Martin Luther King, Jr., Day
  • February 15 – President’s Day
  • March 26 – Staff Development Day
  • April 3 – Closed for Maintenance
  • May 29-31 – Memorial Day
  • July 5 – Independence Day
  • September 4-6 – Labor Day
  • October 2 – Closed for Maintenance
  • November 11 – Veteran’s Day
  • November 24 – Closing at 5 pm
  • November 25-26 – Thanksgiving
  • December 24-27 – Christmas
  • December 31, 2020 – January 1, 2021 – New Year’s

Address

73 North Center
Rexburg, Idaho 83440

We are located on Center Street, just north of Main Street, by the Historic Rexburg Tabernacle.

Contact Us

(208) 356-3461
24 Hour Phone Renewal: (208) 356-6658
askmadisonlibrary@madisonlib.org

Madison Library District

73 North Center
Rexburg, ID 83440
A public library.

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