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Videos of books being read by actors and actresses.
Free read aloud e-books.
This site offers free illustrated ebooks for children of all ages.
This Rosetta Project site is an online library of antique illustrated children’s books.
A fun array of free animated books!
Oxford Owl has a nice variety of books for kids ages 3 – 11. The books marked with an ‘e’ are the free books.
Perfect for introducing a child who is not yet reading or who enjoys listening to stories to literature! Books Should Be Free offers a wide selection of free audio and ebooks including many of the classics.
a free program supported by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs that provides free reading materials to anyone who has a print disability that keeps them from reading traditional print materials. An eligible Bookshare member would be someone with a visual impairment, a physical disability that impinges on reading ability, or a learning disability.
The Library of Congress’ selection of digitized books includes illustrated children’s classics for readers of all ages.