There is a lot of variety when it comes to ebooks, to say the least. Of course, much attention has been focused on sales of ebooks directly to individuals, but libraries are also involved in ebooks, and this will increase in the coming years. We've recently added a number of ebooks from a variety of sources. Here are a few of them. In each of the three cases below, we have an unlimited number of simultaneous users allowed for these books. This is not always the case with ebooks, which sometimes require restrictions due to the license.
Ghonim, Wael. Revolution 2.0.
This type of ebook is a multi-user ebook from ebrary. If you log in you can download it to your local e-reading device, or you can read it online.
Niccolini, Giustina. The chronicle of Le Murate.
We bought this ebook, and several others, from Iter, a not-for-profit publisher of middle-ages and renaissance materials. Some of there other books are listed here.
Law, Anna. The Immigration Battle in American Courts.
This is from Cambridge University Press, and we bought 104 of their e-books in a recent e-book sale.