The best source of books right now would be through the public library. If you have a library card, you can get access to the following:
Overdrive e-book collection through the Libby app, Tumble Books, Hoopla-audiobooks, BookFlix-animated picture books paired with nonfiction texts, TrueFlix-nonfiction books paired with informational videos.
If you don’t have a library card, they can still get one while the libraries are closed. Here is the link to contact the library system:https://lancasterlibraries.org/about/contact/ In the subject field, they should say that they trying to get a library card.
Here’s a way to listen to great books!! storylineonline.net. The books are listed as being for kindergarten and up but they are all read aloud.
A full chapter book is read by a Penn Manor librarian on our remote learning website https://sites.google.com/pennmanor.net/penn-manor-elementary-librarie/read-aloud?authuser=0
And…a MUST SEE website is the LETORT read aloud page!! https://sites.google.com/pennmanor.net/letort-read-aloud/home
Looking to purchase books…use Amazon or Barnes and Noble.