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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The End of Your Life Book Club – Will Schwalbe

I rarely pick books about books, or books about dying.  But right after my mother-in-law was diagnosed with a terminal disease, I came across this one, and it said to me “Read me now!” I am one of those that think that books choose you as much as you choose them.  This one came into […]

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Database of the Month: Safari Books Online

Visit Safari Books Online and enter your 14 digit library card number to open up a world of eBooks available to you. Safari Books Online provides collections for Technology and Programming, Business and Management, Graphic and Web Design and Personal Enrichment. Interested in filmmaking and mixing sound? Browse through “Edit Well: Final Cut Studio Techniques […]

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Book Review : “More Than Human”

The first time I opened the book “More Than Human” by renowned photographer Tim Flash and author Lewis Blackwell, I got hooked right away.  The first picture I came across was of bats, and my reaction was “I never saw bats looking that beautiful”.  They looked like they were in a photography studio posing for […]

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Gale Virtual Reference Library

Did you notice that our reference collection is getting smaller and smaller?  Well it is actually getting bigger and bigger… just in a different format.  The Haverhill Public Library is now offering you a wide variety of electronic resources to respond to your most important questions.  One of them is the Gale Virtual Reference Library. […]

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