African-American Literature is the sub-category of American Literature that includes work produced in the United States by writers of African descent and directly pertains to the experiences and viewpoints of…
This collection includes the individuals that helped create the United States of America and some of the speeches and other documents that help us understand them. The writings of George…
Andrew Lang's Fairy Books of Many…
Scottish writer, literary critic, historian, anthropologist, and scholar Andrew Lang published an immensely influential and popular series of books collecting folklore and fairy tales between 1889 and 1910. He collected…
Autumn in Verse
To poets, autumn often symbolizes change, maturity, wisdom, or the harvest. Explore many interpretations of Autumn in this collection of poetry by Emily Brontë, Emily Dickinson, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Ellen…
The Books of Oz
Author L. Frank Baum wrote fourteen full-length books describing the magical land of Oz, including his most enduring and famous work,
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
. While written for children,…
The Civil War
One hundred fifty years ago, the American Civil War divided families, neighbors, and states. This collection brings together fiction and non-fiction writings from the Lit2Go library that help illuminate the…
The Complete Poems of Paul Laurence…
The Complete Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar
collects several books of poetry published by Dunbar during his lifetime. These works were first published as a single volume in 1913.
The Florida Collection
This collection brings together several books, essays, and poetry set in or inspired by the Sunshine State.
The Happiness Collection
“We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.”
― Anne Frank
What makes you happy? How can happiness…
Here Be Dragons!
Dragons, fierce creatures of myth, fable, and legend, have been the subject of stories for thousands of years in cultures all over the world. Dragons are usually depicted as large…
The Lit2Go Math collection combines early childhood passages that deal with children's developing numeracy and more advanced books and passages that deal with concepts in trigonometry, spherical geometry, and math…
Turn down the lights, curl up by the fire, and enjoy these classic tales of frightful creatures... if you dare!
National Poetry Month
April is National Poetry Month! Celebrate by downloading and listening to your favorite poetry on Lit2Go! This collection includes our staff's current favorites, but you can find a complete list…
Now a Major Motion Picture
The books in this collection have all been adapted for the silver screen. In fact, some of them have adapted more than once!
The Princess Collection
This collection includes stories of a staple of traditional tales, the princess. Regardless of your perspective – classicist, critical, post-modernist, traditionalist, deconstructionist, etc. –
The Princess Collection
is at your…
Before the time period commonly associated with the modern feminist movement, authors such as Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Charlotte Brontë were creating work that challenged and critiqued the treatment of…
This collection ranges from 20th century geology texts to ancient descriptions of physics.
The Sherlock Holmes Short Stories
This collection brings together many of the most famous short stories about the great fictional detective Sherlock Holmes by the great writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Spring in Verse
"It ’s in spring, the poet tells us, That we turn to thoughts of love..." This collection celebrates many poetic depictions of the season of Spring.
The Stratemeyer Syndicate
From the late 1800s through the mid-1900s, the Stratemeyer Syndicate, founded by Edward Stratemeyer, published several different book series for young readers, including
The Bobbsey Twins
Winter in Verse
"This winter air is keen and cold, and keen and cold this winter sun..." Do you feel a chill in the air? This collection brings together the imagery and power…