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Digitized SWMHS Yearbooks

Thanks to a partnership between the Sayreville Library, the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Committee, and The Friends of the Sayreville Library, digital scans of SWMHS Yearbooks 1942 - 2016 are available here!

Electronic Databases

The library subscribes to a number of databases for easy electronic access to thousands of newspapers, magazines, and journals. Many provide coverage back 10+ years and full-text access is provided in several of these resources. Visit Research By Subject to explore our collection!

Want a Book Recommendation 24/7?

The Sayreville Public Library uses NoveList - just log in with your library card!

NoveListWith NoveList, you can find new fiction to read—match a favorite author or book, or find by describing plot, subject, or genre.
Digital Magazines

The Sayreville Public Library subscribes to the world's largest newsstand called RB Digital. RB Digital offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Browse from your library's collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download.

Access Instructions:
Click on the icon on the left or on the link above. If this is your first time using RB Digital, you will need to create a login ID. There will be a link in the top, right corner of the screen that says “Create New Account.” You will be prompted for an email address and a password. Once a login ID is created, you will be ready to browse titles, search, and check out titles. Upon selecting a title to check out, you will be prompted for your login a second time. Confirm this to confirm the check out. The title will be added to your collection. There is no limit to the number of titles you can check out, nor is there a limit to how long you may keep the titles. Enjoy!

  • Current issues — New issues are released simultaneously with the print edition many are available before they arrive at your library and are ready for immediate download
  • Easy browsing — Browse your library's collection of titles one at a time, search for your favorite magazines by title or use the convenient category feature to find new magazines which meet your interests.
  • Manage your collection — Using the personal account you will create, you will have the opportunity to checkout the magazines you choose and read them instantly on your computer (both PC and Mac) or access the content on a portable media device. (Note: viewing options, including the ability to download or view the content while online, may differ based on the device and/or magazine publisher).
  • No limits — Check out as many issues as you want and keep them in your account as long as you wish.
  • Apps -- To enhance your magazine issue viewing experience, Apps are available for viewing magazines by downloading and reading offline. The same Reader Account auto populates the apps upon patron Log In to the app. (Apps are READERS only meaning patron needs to return to the Library Collection to browse additional magazines and check out. Available apps include Kindle Fire/FireHD, Nook/NookHD, iPhone, iPad, Android, PC, MAC, Windows 8, and Blackberry Playbook.

Downloading & Enjoying ebooks & Audiobooks from

The Sayreville Library has created instructions for some of the most popular devices used for reading ebooks and listening to e-audiobooks from, the first of two of the library's ebook/e-audiobook platforms. To find out what formats your device supports, click here and find your device in the list. The below instructions will walk you through the overall process of downloading an ebook or audiobook from start to finish. Some devices can do the complete process by downloading and using the Overdrive Media Console app, while some other devices will need to start off initially on a computer, where you will need to download the Overdrive Media Console or Adobe Digital Editions, and then transfer the title over to the device.

Instructions for Apple Devices (PDF version)

Instructions for Android Devices (PDF version)

Instructions for Kindle eReaders (PDF version)

Instructions for all Kindle Fires (PDF version)

Instructions for Nook Tablets (PDF version)

Instructions for downloading & viewing ebooks on Computers, Nook eReaders & other eReaders (PDF version)

Instructions for downloading & listening to e-audiobooks on Computers & transferring to MP3 players (PDF version)

Don't see your device? Visit this list here to see if your device is compatible. Tablets that download apps via the Google Play store should refer to the Apple/Android instructions listed above and use the Android portion of the instructions. Simple eReaders (aside from Kindle eReaders) can use the instructions for the basic Nook eReader above. If you have trouble downloading any of the above instructions, contact Aziza at

Downloading & Enjoying ebooks & Audiobooks from RBDigital

The Sayreville Library is currently working on creating instructions for some of the most popular devices used for reading ebooks and listening to e-audiobooks from RBDigital, the second of the library's ebook/e-audiobook platforms, which you may access here