The Sutton Public Library offers eBooks, downloadable audiobooks, magazines and more!
eBooks and eAudiobooks "check out" like regular library materials. You borrow them for a period of time, usually 21 days, but digital items don't earn overdue fees — when they are due back, they simply leave your device and become available for the next interested patron. Like other library items, there are a limited number of digital copies of any given item at a time.
To get started using any of these services, click one of the icons below!
- Go to the library's OverDrive page by clicking on the picture to the left. Browse the collection to see what is available.
- Sign in with your library card number and PIN to check out and download materials.
- Download the OverDrive or Libby apps to read/listen on your mobile device.
NEW! You can add other Massachusetts Library Consortia and have access to their collections in addition to CW MARS.
From the Libby mobile app:
Tap on the Libby icon at the top right of the homescreen.
Select "Add a Library" or select an already saved library from the list.
Search for one of the following: Boston Public Library, CLAMS, Merrimack Valley Library Consortium, Minuteman, NOBLE, OCLN or SAILS.
When asked to add a library card, choose "I'm visiting From Another Library." Choose "CW MARS." Enter your library card number and PIN.
You can now search and check out materials from the partner library just as you do from the CW MARS OverDrive catalog
Your Shelf displays all of your loans, holds, and tags from any network and library card added. You can completely manage or edit loans, holds, and tags from this one location.
Each entry on your Shelf also indicates which network you borrowed that item from. The lending library network is marked by a square "gem" with their library network brand colors.
- Search Project Gutenberg for a selection of over 39,000 free downloadable books.
- Explore the classic works of Jane Austen, James Joyce, Mark Twain, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and many more.
- Read on your computer, e-reader, smartphone, or tablet.