Little Free Libraries
Neighborhoods all over the world are adding Little Free Libraries. These small shelves allow people to share books. You can take books for free and leave books you have already read. There are 80,000 libraires all over the world including USA, Canada, Ukraine, Italy, Nigeria, Philippines, Egypt, Venezuela, Poland and more
If there is no Little Free Library in your neighborhood you can start your own with very little money. Details here.
There is even information about getting small grants.
Project Gutenberg has a wealth of free downloads available.
Books in English in the Children's Fiction section include:
The Railway Children by E. Nesbit
Ragged Dick, Or, Street Life in New York with the Boot-Blacks by Horatio Alger Jr.
The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean by R. M. Ballantyne
Beric the Briton : a Story of the Roman Invasion by G. A. Henty
The Phoenix and the Carpet by E. Nesbit
Adrift in New York: Tom and Florence Braving the World by Jr. Horatio Alger
The Coral Island by R. M. Ballantyne
The Boy Knight: A Tale of the Crusades by G. A. Henty
The Magic Pudding by Norman Lindsay
The Luckiest Girl in the School by Angela Brazil
Friends, though divided: A Tale of the Civil War by G. A. Henty
The Princess of the School by Angela Brazil
The Treasure of the Incas: A Story of Adventure in Peru by G. A. Henty
With picture books for toddlers, books with pictures and words for bigger kids and chapter books for young adults, this site has something for everyone. You can even get coloring books. [Read Now]
Books on the site are either submitted by authors, in the public domain or have a Creative Commons license that allows sharing. Some books also include links so you can purchase a physical copy if you’d like to support the author. https://freekidsbooks.org/reading-level/children/
Where Does Metal Come From? – More STEM by Tony J Moon (Age 6-9 years, Children, Grade 1 to Grade 3, Intermediate English, Public Domain, Science) An amusing tale that helps us find out where metal comes from. This is another royalty free work from Tony J Moon.
Whoop, Goes the Pufferfish – Life in a tidal pool by Sejal Mehta and Pia Meenakshi (Age 2-5 Years, Animals, Beginner English, Children, Creative Commons, Grade 1 to Grade 3, Sea Creatures, Storyweaver-Pratham) A baby pufferfish gets caught in a tidal pool, his friends help him see there isn’t any reason to panic because the tide will come in again. Another great creative commons story from Pratham’s Storyweaver platform. See more books from Pratham in our Pratham-Storyweaver category. See more stories about animals and marine life.
Muggles’ Guide to Harry Potter – Study Guide for Book Projects WikiBooks. (Adventure, Age 10-13 years, All FKB Books, Creative Commons, Fantasy, Fluent English, Grade 4 to Grade 6, Grade 7+, Non-Fiction, Older Children, WikiBooks, Young Adult) A definitive guide to the Harry Potter series, categorised into beginner, intermediate, and advanced. This book contains extensive information for book projects character studies, or any other Harry Potter related study. For Harry Potter fans, this is an amazing free resource. If you are looking for an amazing guide to everything Harry Potter.
In 2019 Inner Child Press and the best selling series: The Year of The Poet written monthly by the Inner Child Poetry Posse joined the United Nations in celebrating Indigenous languages and the families that speak them.
Five years worth of The Year of the Poet eBook volumes are available free of charge. This project supports poets from around the world to create love, appreciation, respect and education.
Read volumes from 2014-2019 Click Here.
UNITED WORLD MOVEMENT FOR CHILDREN (UWMC)