How to access audio and eBooks

The Bremen Library offers a service for downloadable media called CloudLibrary. We participate in the Maine State Library’s consortium, Maine InfoNet, which provides a collection of streamable and downloadable audiobooks and eBooks that is shared by more than 140 libraries across the state. Only one user is allowed to use each title at a time, but you may place a hold on items that are not currently available.

Anyone with a Bremen Library card can access this collection. All you will need is:

  1. Your Bremen Library card number (call us for the number 529-5572)
  2. Internet access

In order to use the CloudLibrary on a phone or mobile device, you will need to download the CloudLibrary app by going to your App Store.

Using the drop down menu in the app:

Select your country and state

Select your library – Bremen

Enter your library card number

Browse, borrow and read

The CloudLibrary can be accessed HERE.



How to access Maine State Library's online reference resources, known as Digital Maine Library

The Maine State Library offers free access to dozens of digital reference databases. If you are in Maine, you can get in automatically - if you are ever asked to "prove you are a Mainer," however, you will be asked to use your library card number to gain access.

The link to Digital Maine Library is HERE.



How to access Maine State Library's online digital repository - FULL of all kinds of Maine history!

The Maine State Library offers free access to the Maine portion of the Digital Public Library of America. It is a treasure trove of Maine history, full of information and photographs!

The link to the Digital Maine Repository is HERE.



Project Gutenberg is an amazing free digital resource for 1000s of older books which are no longer bound by copyright laws. It is amazing!

The link to Project Gutenberg is HERE.



Bendable Maine " a lifelong learning platform that allows residents of all ages and backgrounds to acquire new knowledge and skills through online courses as well as local, in-person opportunities” (

The link to Bendable Maine is HERE.



Consumer Reports is available online as part of the library's subscription to the print copy. It is fabulous, and gives you access to its digital archive of past issues.

The link to Consumer Reports online is HERE. (If, for some reason, the login has quit, ask Kristen for the username/password combo!)