“If the Oceans Were Ink…” by Carla Power

 In “If the Oceans Were Ink: An Unlikely Friendship and a Journey to the Heart of the Quran”, Carla Power, an American journalist who describes herself as a secular feminist, tells about her studies of the Quran with Sheikh Mohammed Akram Nadwi, a scholar of Islam, “extremist quietist”, Oxford teacher, and longtime friend. Some of […]

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This Monstrous Thing by Mackenzi Lee

 An alternate history re-imagining of how Mary Shelley came to write Frankenstein. In this 1818 Geneva, illegal mechanics called Shadowboys can replace your broken bones with mechanical parts; however, people with mechanical parts are treated as less than and must identify themselves with special badges, give up their seats on the bus to “normal humans,” […]

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Zinio for Libraries: Digital Magazine

With Zinio Digital Magazines for Libraries, you can choose from a list of 40+ popular magazines subscribed by the Haverhill Public Library.  The magazines are always available, no holds needed, no checkout periods, and no limits on quantities.  Even better, the magazine is yours to keep.  Magazines can be read on a computer, or on […]

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Legal Forms Library

Are you in need of a legal form? Try our new Gale database of Legal Forms. Searching is simple, the forms are arranged by topic or alphabetically and can be downloaded in either Word or Acrobat. Gale Legal Forms offer a step-by-step approach to finding and completing the form, no special skills are necessary. Forms […]

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Testing and Education Reference Center – TERC

We would like to introduce you to our newest database: Testing and Education Reference Center, also known as TERC. You will find over 300 practice tests and courses for High School, College, Grad School and Career Tools. What you will find when you explore TERC: High School study prep guides include: GED, HiSET, Independent and […]

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