Cat Out of Hell by Lynne Truss

Librarians and cats go together like peanut butter and jelly. Lynne Truss, author of Eats, Shoots & Leaves pairs Alec Charlesworth, a recently retired librarian widower, and Roger, an extraordinary immortal cat who sounds like Vincent Price and has seen it all. When Alec stumbles upon Roger’s existence, he is drawn into a world of ancient tomes, immortal […]

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Ancestry.com

Interested in searching your family history and creating a family tree? Try using Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com gives you online access to millions of historical documents, records, and photographs. You can not only search the records but also see images of the original documents. Ancestry.com gives you access to census records, birth records, marriage records, death records, immigration records, military records, […]

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April brings Consumer Reports Car Review

April is the month that Consumer Reports rolls out it’s 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, both new and old, used car reliability, and new car ratings and road tests. Also covered are reviews of […]

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The Martian by Andy Weir

  In an extremely unfortunate series of events, astronaut Mark Watney is stranded on Mars. His instinct to survive kicks in to high gear and with the limited supplies that were left behind with him and virtually nothing provided by the desolate planet he basically becomes an outer space version of MacGyver. Soon a satellite […]

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Chilton Automotive Database

  Automotive information at your fingertips! Use our Chilton Library database to retrieve select information including repair, maintenance and specification schedules for both domestic and imported vehicles. The database includes maintenance and repair information for seven decades of cars, trucks, vans and SUVs. This database will appeal to “do-it-yourselfers” needing detailed repair information as well […]

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