Supersize your Library card with digital movies, books, research collections and more. These subscription databases are provided by funds from the State, the Town of Sherborn, the Minuteman Library Network and the Friends of the Sherborn Library.
Genealogical resource with thousands of family history databases, vital records, census records, ship passenger lists, military records, and more. Ancestry can be accessed in the Library.
Comprehensive source for unbiased advice about products and services, personal finance, health, nutrition, and other consumer concerns.
Cultural heritage materials held by more than 130 Massachusetts Libraries, museums, historical societies, and archives. Access to thousands digitized images, documents, sound recordings maps, photographs, paintings, letters and objects.
E-book collection allowing multi-user access with no waiting. Collection of over 20,000 titles from small and independent publishers. An app is required for mobile devices. For more information visit the Freading help page.
Permanent downloads of three songs per week from the Sony Music Entertainment Collection of more than 11 million songs. An app is required for mobile devices. The Freegal app is available for most mobile devices, visit the Freegal site for more information.
This genealogical database allows patrons home access to many of the same records as Ancestry, but not immigration or international records. Available in HeritageQuest but not in Ancestry are Periodical Source Index (PERSI) – 6600 titles from 1800+; Freedman’s Bank records (1865-1874); genealogy and local history books; U.S. Serials Set (1789-1969).
Film, music and audiobooks to stream or temporarily download, with no waiting. For more information visit the hoopla Help page for device-specific guidance.
The Sherborn Library has content in this archive, digitized from our own print collection, including Sherborn Walks, The History of Sherborn and Guide to Sherborn, Sherborn Cemeteries, and the Daffodil Trail.
Mango Languages offers instruction for dozens of languages, including ELL instruction. The Boston Public Library offers Mango Language Learning to all Massachusetts residents. To use Mango, you will need a Boston Public Library card. If you have one, great! If not, it's easy to get an electronic card online, by clicking here and completing the electronic form---no visit to Boston required.
Peer-reviewed, full text articles from leading journals and reference sources. Extensive coverage of all academic disciplines, including full-text coverage of the New York Times since 1995. Updated daily.
Get complimentary digital access to The New York Times. Create an account to read articles on a Library computer or on wifi. You can also enjoy free access outside of Library by redeeming a code. The code grants 72-hours of free access once you log-in.
Resource for readers of all ages. Find read-alikes of authors and titles of interest. Search for books on a specific topic. Access theme-oriented lists, and book award lists. Watch this short video to learn the basics of Novelist.
A collection of more than 2 million popular audiobooks, e-books and videos. An app is required for mobile devices.
OverDrive users should start by setting up a Minuteman Account.
- eReaders: For eReaders that aren't Kindles and don't use apps
- Kindle eReaders: For all Kindles except Kindle Fire
- Libby App: Libby is OverDrive's free app that is available for Android, iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch), and Windows 10
- OverDrive App: The OverDrive app is available for Android, Chromebook, iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch), Kindle Fire tablets, NOOK tablets and Windows 8 and up
- OverDrive on a Computer: Enjoy books on your Windows or Mac Computer. This guide is for all computers except Chromebooks and Windows 8 and above.
Links to local histories, genealogies, and resources digitized for inclusion in The Digital Commonwealth, including The Sherborn Historic Resource Survey: Historical Properties / Sherborn Historical Commission.
Through a partnership with the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Social Law Library is making available to the Commonwealth's public Libraries access to its self-published, proprietary legal-research databases of Massachusetts court and state agency decisions, many of which are not publicly available in keyword-searchable format anywhere else. You'll have access to such databases as: Massachusetts General Laws, Code of Massachusetts Regulations, Supreme Judicial Court and many more. Access is in-Library use only and a password is needed. Please ask a Librarian for help logging in.
Beautifully digitized copies of popular magazines covering a broad range of topics. The RBdigital app delivers your favorite titles right to your smartphone or tablet. Need help getting started? Download this guide or check out Zinio's help page. Note: The Zinio for Libraries app will be discontinued in the near future, please use the RBdigital app to download now to listen, read, learn, and enjoy:
Don't See What You're Looking For?
The Boston Public Library also offers Digital Resources to Massachusetts residents! All you need to do is sign up for a Boston Public Library eCard. Click here to sign up for yours today.