Library Closed Sat., Aug. 30 – Mon., Sept. 1 for Labor Day Weekend

The Library will be CLOSED on Sat., August 30th and Sept. 1st  in observance of Labor Day. We reopen Tuesday September 2 at 9:00 a.m. The digital branch of the Library is open 24/7/365 through our website, where you can: download eBooks and eAudio through Overdrive access eBooks for kids through BookFLIX read non-fiction eBooks for […]

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New Book Return!

HPL has installed a new outdoor book drop by the front entrance. This book drop will be available whenever HPL is closed, as a backup to the automated return slots.  We hope that this will alleviate any problems patrons may encounter with the automated return when staff are not here to help them. The book […]

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Gale Legal Forms

Are you in need of a legal form? Try our new Gale database of Legal Forms. Searching is simple, the forms are arranged by topic or alphabetically and can be downloaded in either Word or Acrobat. Gale Legal Forms offer a step-by-step approach to finding and completing the form, no special skills are necessary. Forms […]

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One Hundred Names For Love by Diane Ackerman

Poet Diane Ackerman and her husband met when he was her professor in college. They fell in love over their mutual love of language and literature. One Hundred Names For Love chronicles their marriage after her husband suffered a stroke that greatly affected his ability to use and understand language.  Not only was she struggling to help […]

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My Stroke of Insight by Jill Bolte Taylor

Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard trained neuroscientist.  So in December of 1996, when she realized that she was having a stroke, her training gave her a unique perspective on the recovery process. My Stroke of Insight opens with a description of the stroke symptoms she was experiencing while she details what is happening to her brain.  Jill Bolte Taylor’s […]

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