Free EAL Ebooks

Free E-books for EAL Learners

Learning English as an Additional Language (EAL) can be a challenging task, especially for young learners.

There are various resources available to make the learning process more accessible and enjoyable. Free EAL e-books that cater to the needs of children who are just starting to learn English is a great place to start.

These e-books provide a mix of fun stories, colourful illustrations, and interactive activities to help children improve their language skills.

Free ebooks written in Polish suitable for the Polish National Curriculum. Arranged by learning age.

Scholastic’s Resource Bank team have collected hundreds of engaging resources to help children build key skills.

Over 40,000 ebooks, audiobooks, and learning videos. Free for educators, subscription for parents.

A library of 100 online books and over 300 printable materials. Free trial followed by paid subscription.

Starfall offers free and low-cost resources, and mobile apps, to help children with reading and mathematics.

Bilingual Kidspot offers and links to a collection of free online books in English and multi-language formats.

The ICDL aims to build a collection of books that represents outstanding historical and contemporary books from throughout the world.

Storyline Online streams videos starring actors reading children’s books alongside beautiful illustrations.

A vast number of songs and rhymes from around the world, featuring many different languages and cultures.

Created for children at a primary school age, Funbrain offers free educational online books, comics, and games.

Storynory offers free audio stories with some suitable for all ages; most are for secondary age. Includes stories by up-and-coming authors.

PBS is America’s Public Broadcasting Service. PBS Kids offers a vast array of free games to help children learn to read and write in English.