Your Hudson Public Library card grants you access to a lot of useful information, but if there is something that you are looking for that we do not have, try one of these other great libraries. You may need additional library cards or credentials to access the resources on this page.
Your Hudson Public Library card will work at any C/W MARS library. You may have items from any of these libraries sent to Hudson to pick up, and may return Hudson items at any C/W MARS library. View the complete list of member libraries.
If the item you want is not available in the C/W MARS network, try searching in the Commonwealth Catalog, which searches all of the libraries in Massachusetts. Use your Hudson Library card and library pin to sign in and place holds. It may take a few weeks for the item to arrive.
Any Massachusetts resident can apply for a Boston Public Library eCard. With an eCard you gain access to BPL’s electronic resources, databases, ebooks and more.
Hudson High School students have access to the resources and databases available from the HHS Library/ Learning Commons.
If you need help with a legal question, try the Massachusetts Trial Court Library. Access the full, up-to-date Massachusetts General Laws, download free legal forms, or contact a law librarian for assistance.
Explore the resources available from the Library of Congress‘ website. The Library of Congress is the nation’s first established cultural institution and the largest library in the world, with millions of items including books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.