You can spend your #stayathome days really nice and usefull.
There are only a few better hobbies than reading and thanks to the #stayathome movement, more and more people are living their lives in voluntary exile. If you are doing so, and you're already bored with Netflix, you can switch series with a good book. You don't even need to have a huge library, as you can browse books from many online collections. In English, we recommend the following pages where anyone can legally find their personal favorites:
Open libraryis one of the biggest of all with hundred thousands of books. Their purpose is no less than make all the published works of humankind available to everyone in the world, and they are doing well, because they have everything from fantasy to biographies, recipes or children's book.
The outbreak of the epidemic has forced the New York Public Library to close, so they made their e-book rental page. This requires membership registration and a free application to download for iOS and Android, but then we will have access to 300,000 books.
If that's not enough, try SCRIBD, where the first month of registration is free, and there are thousands of books, audiobooks, magazines to choose from. You can also search by category, popularity and recommendations.
Hundreds of Metropolitan Museum art books are also available for free, just make sure you have enough time to read. If you are not looking for something specific at first, you may want to scroll through the categories listed in the Collection / Department and get to the topics that interest you in no time. Manybooks.net is another big online library that have free book, even bestsellers. Many of the early eBooks are from the Project Gutenberg archives, which means you will be able to find a lot of classics on the site and even more self-publishing authors.
Last but not least, we can search the Open Culture site, where over 800 e-books, school books, and almost 1000 audiobooks have been collected, in many genre. They also have online courses, so it’s totally worth checking out.