Introducing the Senter Digital Archive: In Memory of Dorothy Senter Geoffrion, Elsie Senter Smith, and Mildred Senter Lemieux

Take a look at our brand new digital archive, which features over 4,000 images, with more added every week. The library has acquired over 50,000 photographs since its birth in 1873, and thanks to a generous donor and the Trustees of the Library, we now are digitizing them! If you love history, Haverhill or photography, […]

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Libraries Rock!

We couldn’t be more excited about Summer Reading this year!  Why should kids have all the fun?  Our theme this year is “Libraries Rock!” and we believe it.  We’ve put together a display of our favorite books on music and musicians, as well as some documentaries of great performances.  Click here to sign up for […]

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1st Floor Restroom Construction

Big news! Starting Monday April 2nd our 1st floor restrooms are being entirely redone! They will be closed to the public for the duration of construction, approximately 2 1/2 months. The 2nd floor restrooms in the auditorium foyer will be the main public restrooms. They are elevator accessible. Please be patient with extra noise, dust, […]

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September is National Yoga Month

The library has a fantastic collection of Yoga related DVDs, CDs, Books, and Audiobooks… …but did you know what is offered in our digital collections?   Get your Zen on with help from OverDrive, Kanopy, and Hoopla! A Haverhill Public Library card is needed to access these collections, if you are a Haverhill resident and […]

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“Severance” by Ling Ma

An object that’s in motion stays in motion. So much so is Candace Chen’s life. Even though it’s the same roundabout thing day in and day out; a biblical level plague isn’t even enough to knock her off her trajectory. Candace has become so used to life in her own monotonous bubble that even when […]

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Curl Up With These Highly Anticipated Fall Reads!

The weather is starting to cool off and fall is just around the corner—that means there’s no better time than the present to get cozy with a warm blanket, a big ol’ mug of cider and a good book! Take a look at these upcoming releases and find your next fall read:   The Testaments […]

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“This Is How It Always Is” by Laurie Frankel

In her novel “This is how it always is”, Laurie Frankel addresses a controversial topic in a loving and compassionate way.  This is the story of Rosie and Penn, parents of 5 sons: Roo, Ben, Rigel, Orion, and Claude.  However, Claude is not like his older brothers.  Instead of GI Joes, he prefers Barbie dolls.  […]

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Banned Books Week (Month) 2019!

The week of September 22 to September 28 is Banned Books Week 2019. This annual celebration, which “highlights the value of free and open access to information,” has taken place since 1982, when an increase in challenged books led to its organization. To celebrate, the adult non-fiction display for September is dedicated to Banned Books […]

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