“As Always, Julia” by Joan Reardon
I might be one of the few remaining people who love to write letters. Not only do I love to send letters, I am fascinated by collections of others’ correspondence. As Always, Julia is a record of Julia Child’s correspondence with Avis DeVoto. It all started when Julia responded to a piece written by DeVoto’s husband Bernard about […]
Change in Book Donation Policy
The Friends of Haverhill Public Library will no longer be accepting book donations year round. Due to storage issues, fire code, and labor requirements, please hold on to your donations until the next book sale. For alternate donation locations, please speak with a staff member. We appreciate your generosity and patience as we work to […]
Vote for Haverhill Reads 2017!
Vote for your pick for Haverhill Reads 2017! Our three nominees are: The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith Click here to vote for the book you think should be chosen! We will do a month of great programming […]
Paradise Lodge by Nina Stibbe
Funny, weird, touching, and rude—sometimes all within the same sentence—Nina Stibbe’s Paradise Lodge is both a coming-of-age story and a tale about getting old. A sequel to Stibbe’s delightful Man at the Helm that can also be read as a stand-alone novel, Paradise Lodge focuses on a fifteen-year-old British teenager working as an auxiliary-nurse in […]
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