Truce by Jim Murphy

“Truce” is the story of a brief moment in World War I where many of the soldiers on both sides of the trenches along the infamous Western Front, decided to ignore their superior officers and fraternize with the enemy in honor of the Christmas holiday. The author sets the stage for this event by explaining […]

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Library CLOSED on July 4th – Visit Us Online Instead!

The Library will be CLOSED 7/4 for the Independence Day Holiday. The Library will reopen Saturday, July 5th, 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 or hoopla access eBooks for kids through BookFLIX, TrueFLIX, and FreedomFLIX read non-fiction eBooks for adults […]

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The Smartest Card in YOUR Wallet: an HPL Library Card!

Already have a card? Why not add an email address to your account, or sign up for a Library newsletter? As students head back to school this September, we encourage parents to visit Haverhill Public Library and make sure their children and teens sign up for the most important school supply of all: a library […]

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No Talking by Andrew Clements

j/Fic/Clements No Talking is a delightful book with a humorous premise and sprightly, delightful characters. Dave Packer is a member of an infamous fifth grade class at Laketon Elementary School in New Jersey. His entire class has been unusually rowdy since their kindergarten days. They are known as the Unshushables by their harried teachers and […]

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Savvy by Ingrid Law

j/Law/Newbery, jPb/5-7 For generations, the Beaumont family has harbored a magical secret. They each possess a savvy–a supernatural power they acquire at 13. As her big day approaches, Mibs excitedly anticipates what her particular magic might turn out to be, when the large and close-knot family receives the news that Poppa has been in a […]

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