Your Sunderland Public Library card provides you with access to several collections of eBooks and eAudiobooks, and digital magazines. These electronic items can be downloaded onto your computer, tablet, eReader, or smart phone. You don’t have to be in a library to do so, and can download these items in your home, at the airport… anywhere you are. If you would like a librarian to demonstrate how to download electronic items on your device, please contact us at (413) 665 2642 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
If you don’t have a library card yet, you can sign up for a free eCard to access our digital collections.
eBooks and eAudiobooks
Overdrive Digital Catalog (Log in with your C/WMARS Account Username and Password).
Overdrive Kids Reading Room (Log in with your C/WMARS Account Username and Password).
Please also see information below on temporary access to eBook collections from TumbleBooks and KnowBuddy Resources.
Kanopy – Offers streaming access to popular, independent, and documentary films. (Set up an account with an email address and enter your Sunderland Public Library card number. You’ll be provided with free access to 10 films per month, and unlimited access to Kanopy Kids and Kanopy Courses).
Overdrive Digital Magazines – 50 popular magazine titles available to read on your favorite device (Log in with your C/WMARS Account Username and Password).
Boston Public Library Digital Collections
Hoopla – Access to music, movies, TV shows, comics, eBooks, and eAudiobooks.
RBDigital – The latest issues of popular magazines, available on your computer or mobile device.
Here’s a link to Storyline Online, where you can find an award-winning children’s literacy website. Children’s books are read aloud by a featured celebrity, and each book is accompanied with activity guides that relate to the story.
Freely Available Resources
The following resources are not associated with the Sunderland Public Library or the Massachusetts Library System. They are products that are made freely available on the internet, which allow you to download eBooks and eAudiobooks at no charge. These resources offer public domain and independently published items.
Project Gutenberg – Offers over 53,000 eBooks for computers, Kindles, and most other devices. They also have a smaller eAudiobook collection.
Librivox – Volunteer read public domain eAudiobooks in a variety of languages.