Library eBook Resources
A selection of Ludlow High School Yearbooks dating back to the 1920s. Not all years are available here.
To learn more about the Libby eReader app, click the above link. A simple PDF on how to get started with the app can be found here! The folks at Libby have also created a helpful PDF with tips and tricks! To view and download, click here!
This link will take you to the CWMARS Libby page. Borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines for free with your library card without having to download the app. Compatible with most devices and computers.
Extend your Libby app to find ebooks in other Massachusetts library systems using LEA/RLA. Clickthe logo to learn how.
In addition to streaming movies and shows, Hoopla provides access to e-books and e-audio books.
eBooks for Children
The library provides access to numerous educational resources for children, including eBooks and eAudiobooks. Click here to learn more.
Click here to access hundreds of magazines with your CWMARS library card.
Unlimited, simultaneous access to thousands of digital comics, graphic novels, and manga from 100+ library-friendly publishers — without worrying about holds, wait lists, or monthly limits.
Other Free E-book Sources
Project Gutenberg is a project to digitize books that are in the public domain. It offers a large collection of classic and historical eBooks in formats that can be used by almost any computer or eReader.
OpenLibrary provides access to thousands of books held by the Internet Archive, a project dedicated to enabling "universal access to all knowledge." Access requires creating an Internet Archive account.