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Get Books

To keep reading fun and exciting, it’s important to find books that match your child’s interest and to help them find and explore new stories. New books help make reading something to look forward to, rather than a chore. And there are many ways to get their hands on new books, without breaking the bank. Here are just a few ways to get free books in Nashville:
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Get Books

To keep reading fun and exciting, it’s important to find books that match your child’s interest and to help them find and explore new stories. New books help make reading something to look forward to, rather than a chore. And there are many ways to get their hands on new books, without breaking the bank. Here are just a few ways to get free books in Nashville:

Jump In! Partner Little Libraries

We’re partnering with businesses and churches across the city to make sure kids can get their hands on books nearly anywhere they go. Enter your zip code to find out which locations near you offer “Little Libraries” so your child can squeeze in their 20 minutes during your next errand or service.
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More Ways to Get Books

  • Imagination Library

    The Imagination Library makes books available to every child in Tennessee. Enroll online or by mail to receive age appropriate books every month at no cost.

  • Nashville Public Library

    With a Davidson County address, you can become a member of the Nashville Public Library and have free access to books, eBooks, audiobooks and more.

  • Overdrive

    A service provided by the Nashville Public Library where you can borrow eBooks, audiobooks and streaming video on your mobile device.

  • McKay’s Nashville

    At this local bookstore you can turn in your old books, video games electronics and more to get credit to buy new books. There are also bins of free books available in store.

  • Open Library

    This nonprofit has a digital library of more than one million free ebooks available.

  • Book’em

    Through its Books for Nashville Kids book distribution program, Book’em provides books to Habitat for Humanity, Second Harvest, Matro Nashville Schools, Lentz Dental Clinic, St. Luke’s Community House, Fannie Battle and many more organizations.