Free eBooks, Audiobooks & Magazines
Did you know that the Wareham Free Library offers access to thousands of eBook and audiobook titles with the use of the Overdrive. You can use Overdrive’s Libby application borrow freely from over 10,000 electronic materials. Available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone, Windows 10, Kindle Fire HD, and NOOK® HD/HD+. To start borrowing check out this link – SAILS Overdrive.
If you need a library card, you can sign up for a digital library card here.
Although you can setup Libby from home, if you need help doing so, come on down to the library. We’ll be happy to get you up and running. Please note that a library card is required to use this service.
The Wareham Free Library now has access to Hoopla, the popular digital content service provider. Patrons can borrow more than 750,000 e-books, audiobooks, movies, TV shows, comics and music items.
For more information click here, or you can download it to your smartphone or device, through the Apple App Store, Google Play or the Amazon App Store.
Looking for a job?
Check out Career Transitions, a database designed as a starting point for anyone looking for a job. Included are guided tutorials on creating a resume, cover letter or preparing for an interview. You can also research potential careers, assess your interests, and find local schools of higher learning.
Need help looking for a book?
Looking for your next book? Want to find a new author? Can’t remember all the titles in a series? Try using Novelist Plus! This helpful tool helps readers of all ages find books that match their reading level and interests. You can also use Novelist to find read-alikes for your favorite titles and authors.
Doing genealogy research?
For a limited time, Wareham Free Library card holders have access from their homes to Ancestry Library Edition. This database delivers billions of records in census data, vital records, directories, photos and more. Search more than 7,000 databases – which include immigration records, family histories, military records, court and legal documents, and maps.