From Your Library:
Massachusetts libraries offer eBooks and Audiobooks through LEA, a program that makes eBooks and Audiobooks from libraries around the state available to you through the Libby app by OverDrive.
In addition to LEA, any Massachusetts resident who has a BPL eCard have access to eBooks and comics through Hoopla, newspapers and magazines through PressReader, and audiobooks and magazines through RBDigital. All of these can be accessed through the BPL's website.
Once you borrow your eBooks and Audiobooks, you can start a digital book club with friends. Learn how to from Bustle.
Digital Public Library of America:
DPLA offers a collection of free eBooks to download through their Open Bookshelf program.
Free For Now:
Access to comics and graphic novels is free to Massachusetts residents through August 31, 2020.
TumbleBooks has granted free temporary statewide access to their eBook and audiobook collections. Access will be available until August 31, 2020. The login credentials for all of the collections are:
Find a local Massachusetts library. Search its catalog for materials that you can check out immediately.
Can't find it?
If you find an item you want to borrow, just make a request and it'll be delivered to your home library in a few days.