Community Writers Group

HPL will be offering a new Community Writers Group for adults. The first meeting will take place July 2 at 7pm in the Milhendler Room. The vision of this group is to create an informal space where writers of poetry and prose can get together to discuss their work and seek advice from other writers. […]

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“The Cat Whisperer” – Mieshelle Nagelschneider

Are you a cat lover and wish to figure out the feline mystique?  Then you definitely want to read “The Cat Whisperer” by Mieschelle Nagelschneider.  The basic premise: to look at problems from the cats’ point of view. Key topics include outside the litter box activities, aggression with humans or other cats, clawing, and even […]

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How Does Your Garden Grow?

This May, let HPL help transform your garden! Start by checking out our gardening book display on the first floor-you’ll find gardening books, Haverhill Gardening Club membership forms & May event calendar, and several local plant sale flyers. We’ve also created a book list with the most current and helpful gardening titles. You can request […]

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Consumer Reports Automotive Information

April is the month that Consumer Reports rolls out the annual automotive issue. If you have a Haverhill library card you can read it online! Highlights include: Top Picks, who makes the best and worst cars, the best and worst new and used cars, used car reliability, and new car ratings and road tests. Also […]

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The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman

 I am smitten with the Smitten Kitchen Cookbook. The cover caught my eye, the   recipes inside delight! Author and self described “homecook” Deb Perelman begins her cookbook with a snapshot of her tiny kitchen in New York City, complete with lack of counter space and creative storage. One feels that if she can create […]

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