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In addition to the popular titles you can borrow from our regular eBook collection, you can also download thousands of extra eBooks that will not count against your normal checkout limit. These eBooks are made possible by Project Gutenberg, a volunteer effort to digitize classic books that have expired copyrights. Project Gutenberg eBooks are different from the regular eBooks in our collection. There are no checkout limits or due dates, so you are free to download as many of these eBooks as you like. And the best part is that you can keep them! Project Gutenberg eBooks are in the public domain and you are free to share them with others. See the full terms of use here.

Project Gutenberg includes many classics such as Little Women, Pride and Prejudice, War and Peace, and famous non-fiction titles such as Thomas Paine's Common Sense and Darwin's Origin of Species. You will also find cookbooks, how-to guides, art books, and essays. Aside from popular classics, you are certain to find hidden gems among Project Gutenberg's continually growing collection of 42,000 eBooks. Search and see what you can find! To access Project Gutenberg eBooks, look for the image below on our library's home page or eBook catalog. Or go there right now.

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