I found a few free mushroom books that you can read on your computer, tablet, or smart phone using free software that is able to read books for the Kindle from Amazon. If you already own a Kindle then you'll love these free books. It's very easy to use and install. Some of the books are great and some not so good but, hey, they're free! Just click the image next to each book description and add it to you're cart and start reading!
Here is the link to download the FREE Kindle app/software so you can read on your tablet, smartphone, or computer: CLICK HERE
This collection of free mushroom books are mainly books that are out of print and have been converted to Kindle books. Many of them are over 100 years old. Even with their age they are quite interesting and still a good reference. I hope you enjoy what I have put together for you here and please share.
This is not a book about learning to grow mushrooms. This book is more of a guide to the different varieties of mushrooms and gives detail about color shape and texture of each mushroom. In the back of the book there is a guide showing what time of year each mushroom grows as well as what habitat each mushroom prefers. This is well worth downloading.
This book is loaded with very descriptive details of mushrooms but it is a conversion from an older book and is missing all of the illustrations. This would be a gem to have as a hard copy. Worth getting to keep on hand.
This book is very old but is still useful with all it's descriptions. YES! This book has all of the diagrams which is very rare for an e-book converted from and old hard copy. This one is worth having in your collection just for reference and entertainment.
The descriptions of the mushrooms in this book are very descriptive, haha! Yet this is another book converted to electronic format without any of the illustrations. You really need illustrations for mushrooms if you want to survive another day.
This book is a detailed introduction to the extensive world of the "fungal kingdom". Especially good for those interested in more historical fungal science. The downside to this book is the lack of illustrations.
Fungus common to European countries. This book is pretty much like an encyclopedia for fungus and reads like a dictionary that is alphabetically out of order. At the end of the book you'll find a reference that is all alphabetical so you can go right to the page that you are looking for. Yet again this book is missing illustrations.