eBooks from the Free Library

Find eBooks at the Free Library of PhiladelphiaElectronic Books (eBooks) have been steadily gaining in popularity, due to their convenience and ease of use. Though you won’t see libraries getting rid of print books anytime soon, the Free Library of Philadelphia recently released 300 new eBooks that can be downloaded and read for 21 days. Complementing your studies at Moore, the eBook collection also includes titles on Public Speaking and Education.

The collection includes everything from the classics to travel guides, and a complete list of eBooks can be found here. For all of the Free Library’s digital media (including eBooks, Audio Books, and Movies), visit freelibrary.lib.overdrive.com. Your quest for great books and movies doesn’t need to stop at Connelly!


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A bust of Sarah Peter watches over students as they research and study at Connelly Library.

Peter founded @moorecollegeart in 1848. It remains the first and only visual arts college for women in the United States. Check out the title "Design for Women: a history of the Moore College of Art" (N330 .P5 M66 1968) to learn more about Peter and the college's history.
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