eBooks

We have a number of different ways to access eBooks…please continue reading to find out more!

MA eBook Collection

MA Ebook  MA eBook Collection has lots of fiction and nonfiction books.

GVRL5  Gale Virtual Reference Library has:

–     Reference books

 

  • If you are asked to log in, the PASSWORD is: fenway 
  • If you are asked for a USERNAME: mlin_b_baafhs, and password: fenway

 

 

MackinVia (there’s an app for it!) MackinVIA

  • User name is: baa
  • Password is: baa

 

     

 Axis360 has bestseller fiction and nonfiction titles. Check here first when looking for a fiction book!

 

 

 

     

Biblioboard has pages of curated content on specific research topics, which include images, videos, primary source historical documents, and more. Biblioboard also has more traditional content including fiction, graphic novels, comics, children’s books, and more.

 

 

 EBL is an academic catalog and has many nonfiction and reference items, which help with research papers, along with other reference materials such as cookbooks and gardening materials.

 

 

 

Gale Resources provides eBooks in multiple reference subjects, such as business, law, literature, and science.

  • If you are asked to log in, the password is: fenway.
  • If you are asked for a username: mlin_b_baafhs, and password: fenway

 

View a list of all the eBooks by clicking on Title List in Gale eBooks:

Find eBook in the School Catalog:

 

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Other great and free resources for eBooks: 

 

Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks. Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971 and continues to inspire the creation of eBooks and related technologies today.

 

Virtual Reference Shelf

Electronic books on popular topics such as travel, computers, consumer health, and business. Log in with your BPL card number.