In addition to our books, CDs, DVDs and robot or computer kits, we are pleased to offer a large and vibrant collection of digital and online materials!

From streaming audio books to language learning programs, from downloadable digital magazines to resources for genealogical research — we’ve got it.

We’ve also got e-Books for kids, video / storybook pairings, and access to 10 online newspapers in Western Massachusetts.

So let’s get digital.

In case you’re not sure what some of the names mean, here’s a list of what each e-Library element offers.

Ancestry.com—Genealogical research

BookFlix—For Summer reading, BookFlix pairs animated stories with related nonfiction ebooks to build both a love of reading and real-world knowledge – in both English and Spanish.

Consumer Reports—Full access to Consumer Reports online

Creativebug—Coming June 17th, access with your library card to 1000+ online art & craft classes taught by experts!

Digital Catalog/Overdrive—Audiobooks, e-books, and magazines for digital download

Driving-Tests.org—Manuals and practice tests for car, motorcycle, and CDL drivers licensing

HeritageQuest—Genealogical research

hoopla—700,000+ titles to borrow in six different formats—audiobooks, eBooks, comics/graphic novels, full music albums, movies, and TV

Kanopy—Streaming movies with your library card!

MA Research Databases—Access to collections of magazines, journals, newspapers, and encyclopedias

Newspapers Online—Ten online Western Massachusetts newspapers

NoveList—Find your next read, make book lists, check out reviews, and more!

Rosetta Stone—Online Foreign Language learning

Tumblebooks—E-books for kids