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Read 15 of our Most Popular Books on Questia—for Free!

Out of Questia’s entire collection of more than 87,000 books, a solid portion are FREE. Yes, you read that correctly. These books are available for anyone to read cover to cover using the Questia Reader—available on any computer and on our free Questia app. It’s the perfect tool for what you need!

Here are 15 of our most popular free online books right now. Click on any of the following to check them out:

Peter Pan: The Story of Peter and Wendy. J. M. Barrie. Peter Pan: The Story of Peter and Wendy. New York, 1911. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Mark Twain. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. New York, 1920. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

Good Wives. Louisa M. Alcott. Good Wives. London, 1908. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

The Principles of Scientific Management. Frederick Winslow Taylor. The Principles of Scientific Management. New York, 1917. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

The Picture of Dorian Gray. Oscar Wilde. The Picture of Dorian Gray. New York, 1906. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

Rodolfo Lanciani. The Ruins and Excavations of Ancient Rome. Boston, 1897. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll, John Tenniel. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. London, 1898. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

Henry Seidel Canby. The Short Story in English. New York, 1909. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis. Sigmund Freud. A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis. New York, 1920. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

The Corsican: A Diary of Napoleon's Life in His Own Words. Napoleon I, R. M. Johnston. The Corsican: A Diary of Napoleon’s Life in His Own Words. Boston, 1910. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

The Scarlet Letter. Nathaniel Hawthorne. The Scarlet Letter. London, 1913. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

A Tale of Two Cities. Charles Dickens. A Tale of Two Cities. New York, 1868. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

The Study of Sociology. Herbert Spencer. The Study of Sociology. New York, 1896. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

The Letters of Queen Victoria: A Selection from Her Majesty's Correspondence between the Years 1837 and 1861 - Vol. 1. Queen Victoria, Viscount Esher, Arthur Christopher Benson. The Letters of Queen Victoria: A Selection from Her Majesty’s Correspondence between the Years 1837 and 1861 – Vol. 1. New York, 1907. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

Hugo Münsterberg. Psychology, General and Applied. New York, 1914. Questia. Web. 19 October 2017.

Read one of these books before? Tell us about it in the comments!

13 Scary Books for You on Friday the 13th

It’s October and it’s also Friday the 13th. The combo of these dates only means one thing… you need a spooky reading list to give you chills. Read these books on Questia.com or on the Questia App for free! Hurry, this book list is free for a limited time!

13 Scary Books:

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Questia Research Tutorials to Help You Ace Your Research Paper

Writing a paper can be a daunting topic. That said, you have to pick a spot and get cracking. Luckily, Questia offers research tutorials to help guide you through the steps of writing a research paper.

Each tutorial includes: Read more

Not Sure What to Write Your Research Paper On? Use Our Topic Idea Generator!

If you’re trying to write a paper and you’re not sure what to write about…you’re in luck!

Questia has a Topic Idea Generator that pops out different ideas. Read more

Top 6 Ways to Use Questia You Didn’t Know About

Get the most out of Questia as you prepare for midterms—utilize all the cool features it offers! You already follow the Questia blog—or so I assume since you’re reading this—but have you ever really dug into Questia.com? In case you haven’t, we’re sharing some of the most unique features from Questia that make it stand out from the crowd.

Check out the top 6 ways to use Questia that you may have had no idea about…until now. Read more

Questia Reading Room: Learn About the Power of Photography with our Free Books

You’ve likely heard the phrase “A picture speaks a thousand words”, right? Let’s get into the spirit of photography as we recognize National Photograph Month.

Capture the history and key concepts of photography through this list of books – all FREE for the next month! Read more

Questia Reading Room: Famous Inventors and Life-Changing Inventions

For all the inventors of the world out there, this one’s for you! This month we’re recognizing National Inventors Month and sharing books focused on some of the most important creations of all time and the stories behind famous inventors.

Check out these FREE books for the next month! Read more

Questia Reading Room: Women’s History Month

During Women’s History Month, we believe it’s important to recognize and acknowledge the women who worked hard to break down barriers and allow future generations of women to achieve their dreams.

Expand your knowledge of women's history with our free books. (Credit: WILL)

Expand your knowledge of women’s history with our free books. (Credit: WILL)

Learn more about this movement with our FREE set of books over the next month. Read more

Questia Reading Room: Celebrate National Library Lovers’ Month

Did you know it’s National Library Lovers’ Month? Well, now you do! To celebrate, we’re giving you a chance to get your hands on some books that always seem to be off the shelves.

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to check out some library favorites – FREE for the next month. Read more

Questia Reading Room: Who Are Your Mentors?

Whether helping mentees study for a test or learning a new skill, mentors provide the chance to move forward and set their sights even higher.

Our reading room books show how important mentors are. (Credit: Huffington Post)

Our reading room books show how important mentors are. (Credit: Huffington Post)

Learn how you can become a mentor and help others achieve their goals through our next set of reading room books – FREE for the next month. Read more