Hoopla – Borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones and tablets for offline enjoyment.
OverDrive Audiobooks and eBooks Catalog – Find popular titles for all ages
Overdrive for Kids and Teens Catalog – Includes popular titles for kids and teens in a user-friendly search format
Watch OverDrive video tutorials to help you setup and use eBooks and eAudiobooks on your device. Learn about using specific devices here.
Commonwealth eBook Collections – Provided by the Massachusetts Library System, this collection gives you access to a large variety of works including eBooks, eAudiobooks, and historical documents. There are three distinct areas of content:
- Axis 360 – Includes eBook and eAudiobook bestsellers as well as popular fiction and non-fiction for all ages. Find help for downloading to your device:
- EBL (eBook Library) – Comprised of a wide variety of non-fiction subjects, strong academic and research coverage. Also includes some fiction and popular non-fiction, such as the “For Dummies” titles. To use EBL, you must set up an account from within the library. You can create an account using one of the library computers or your own device using the library’s wifi connection. Once you have created an account you can access it online from any location. Learn more here.
- BiblioBoard Library – Includes multimedia resources including eBooks, video, audio, and photographs. Content has primarily public domain materials to support general research and curriculum studies. Download the BiblioBoard Library App for Android or Apple devices.
Zinio – Choose from over 100 magazines including Elle, Decor, Forbes, Marie Claire, Martha Stewart, Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, and many more.
Travel eBooks – Read them on your computer or transfer to an e-reader. Available 24/7 and there’s never a waiting list. This collection includes local and international travel books such as Top 10 Boston, Ireland, Rome, and Laos.
AGI EBook Collection – American Graphics Institute’s digital book collection provides access to books, video tutorials, and lesson files for learning digital design software, office applications, and web coding skills. The collection serves as self-paced training resources and also include training videos created by the authors as well as lesson files. Provided by American Graphics Institute.
EBSCO eBook Collection – Literary, reference, and a wide variety of general interest titles for all ages.