All of the novels linked on this page are found at Project Gutenberg - a website devoted to providing free classical novels as eBooks. The novels can be read directly from the website or downloaded to a Kindle or other ereader. If you have trouble downloading, contact a Story Librarian.
*Choose one of the H. G. Wells' novels, not both.
The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis is not available to read freely online. However, the Story Library has a couple of copies we have placed on reserve for your class. Visit the Information Desk and bring your CBC ID to check out a copy. You will be able to check out a copy for three days. Please return the books on time and be respectful of others in your class who will need to read the same book.
Another option is to buy a copy from Amazon. The Kindle version, which you can download with the Kindle App, is $7.99 and a paperback version is less than $10. Here is a link to the book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Screwtape-Letters-C-S-Lewis/dp/1519796137
This book is also available from the Faulkner County Library. You can either check a book out, or download the book as an eBook. For more information on how to do this, please see a Story Librarian or visit the public library. You will need to get a library card in order to check out or download the eBook version.