The member libraries of the Westchester Library System form a consortium that enable us to collectively purchase a wide range of digital materials. The Town of Pelham Public Library also independently purchases digital resources such as Consumer Reports and the Nuwav documents planning portal for use for Pelham patrons only. You will need a library card to log in to most of these platforms, some of which have lending limits. If you are asked for a user name and password, enter your library card number and PIN (usually the last four digits of the card number on the account.)
- Libby (Overdrive)–popular fiction and nonfiction
- Hoopla–popular fiction and nonfiction, comics
- Freading–nonfiction, art, foreign language, true crime
- TumbleBooks–children’s animated books, reading games
Magazines and Comics
- Hoopla–music video
More Digital Resources
Learn Online : A collection of online learning tools and links for a variety of topics and subjects including the Lynda.com, Learning Express and Tutor.com platforms.
Research Tools: A collection of searchable newspaper and magazine articles in databases. Includes indexes, full-text documents and images. Encyclopedias and access to health reference material such as the Merck Manuals also available.
NoveList Plus: A database of books by genre and subject which makes reading suggestions based on appeal factors. Great for finding read-alikes for kids as well as exploring new authors for adults.
Consumer Reports: This interactive version of Consumer Reports comes not only with product ratings and reviews, but also with in-depth advice by staff experts and constantly updated articles, blogs and video content. Click on the logo and input your library card number to access it. (Pelham patrons only.)
Jobs and Careers: A collection of resources and tools for job and career information to finding a job, landing a job, and job training.
Legal Documents and Planning: Online planning and document preparation including contracts, wills, leases for New York State as well as U.S. Courts documents. This service is completely free and available only to Pelham patrons only with a valid library card. Enter your library card number to access. You can also get these forms notarized at the Town of Pelham Public Library or through video-conference by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elder Law Q & A: A Publication of Westchester Public Private Partnership for Aging Services
Fuel Economy Web Guide: Current Model year EPA/DOE Fuel Economy Guide for Vehicles dating back to 1984. Offers vehicle comparisons and fuel-saving tips.
New York Online Virtual Electronic Library (NovelNY) Resources: Additional resources provided by the New York State Library such as open access academic and medical journals, digital archives and genealogy websites.