The Gaylord Memorial Library, as a branch of the South Hadley Library, is now part of the wider C/W MARS library network!

Click here to go to the C/W MARS catalog and search for books, movies, and more! If we don’t have it, you can get it sent here from another C/W MARS library.

As a patron of the Gaylord Memorial Library, you have access to eBooks, digital audiobooks, and streaming videos through the Libby app.

Access Additional Digital Resources Via the Libby App

Libby is available on the following devices: Amazon Kindle Fire, Android Devices, Chrome Book, Apple Devices (iPad or iPhones), and Nook Tablets. Learn how to access content by device.

Access the following digital content through the Libby App. You must LOG IN to see the following:

  • Craftsy is an online resource for all creative makers where you can find everything you need – from basic instruction to advanced techniques. It’s a community of enthusiastic makrs, from quilters and sewers, to cake decorators and painters, wanting to create beautiful things and express their creativity.
  • The Great Courses offers engaging and understandable lectures by esteemed professors, professionals, and experts in topics ranging from history, better living, science, language learning, and much more.
  • iNDIEFLIX is a streaming movie service that offers access to pop culture favorites, box office hits, award-winning feature films, documentaries, and shorts.
  • Qello Concerts by Stingray is the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries streamed on-demand to just about any digital device.

Other eBook Options

Boston Public Library eCard

All patrons who are Massachusetts state residents are automatically eligible for an eCard from the Boston Public Library system! Sign up here.

Project Gutenberg

Want to read free classic stories without the hassle of signing up? Read timeless classics like Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Les Misérables by Victor Hugo, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, and many, many more on Project Gutenberg‘s website.

You can use any of these types of devices to access your digital materials:

  • Windows computers
  • Apple computers
  • Chromebooks
  • iOS devices – iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch
  • Android phones or tablets
  • Kindle Fire tablet
  • eReaders
    • NOOK eReaders/Tablets
    • Kobo eReaders/Tablets
    • Kindle eReaders
      • In order to read eBooks on these devices you will need to download the item to your computer first; you can find help with this process here.