Sargent Memorial Library

Search the Catalogs

Main Library Catalog: Sargent Memorial Library belongs to the Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing, Inc. library consortium. Use the C/W MARS library catalog to search and request hold for any items within our library or any of the C/W MARS member library's holdings.

If you cannot find a specific item in our main catalog, you can search the catalogs of libraries across Massachusetts through the Commonwealth Catalog to request for interlibrary loan.

eResources

Do you know, you can borrow and download a large collection of books, musics, magazines and audiobooks online through the library? Our library patrons are able to access a large set of digital materials through C/W Mars library consortium, Commonwealth eBook and biblioboard digital collection, as well as digital resources made possible by the generosity of Sargent Memorial Library Foundation. Go to the following pages for more details.

eBooks | Magazines | Music
Online Reference Resources

eResource Highlight of the Month

TumbleBook Library(for kids K-4), and TumbleBook Cloud(for grades 3-6), are eBook, audiobook, and educational video collections specifically for kids from K to 12. Find pictures books and easy readers that prod young readers along with animation, sound, and narration in TumbleBook; look for graphic novels, chapter books and nonfictions as well as educational videos and audio books in TumbleBook Cloud and TumbleBook Cloud Jr. Some books even have chapter summaries, character sketches, and quizzes to promote close reading. All books are available with unlimited access (no holds!) and can be used any time from any device with Internet connection. Connect to these sites from our library website and sign in with your library card number.

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