River of Darkness by Rennie Airth

In this compelling historical novel, a terrifying tragedy strikes a small English village:  five people are found dead in a stately manor home.  Four have been efficiently executed with a bayonet while the fifth is killed in an extremely gruesome manner.  The family’s young daughter is found cowering under her bed, unable to speak, yet […]

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!

Hispanic Heritage Month starts on September 15th! Did you know that almost 20% of Haverhill residents identify as Hispanic? Join us in celebrating the rich heritage of Hispanic culture by checking out one of these books recently added to the collection: Diego Rivera: The Complete Murals by Luis-Martin Rivera. This beautiful art book contains all […]

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International Literacy Day is September 8th!

“Literacy is the best remedy” Since 1967, International Literacy Day celebrations have taken place annually around the world to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to advance the literacy plan towards a more literate and sustainable society. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization […]

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Introducing the Senter Digital Archive: In Memory of Dorothy Senter Geoffrion, Elsie Senter Smith, and Mildred Senter Lemieux

Take a look at our brand new digital archive, which features over 4,000 images, with more added every week. The library has acquired over 50,000 photographs since its birth in 1873, and thanks to a generous donor and the Trustees of the Library, we now are digitizing them! If you love history, Haverhill or photography, […]

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Consumer Reports

Did you know that the Haverhill Public Library has a Consumer Reports membership that you can access from home?  Just log in with the number on the back of your library card and you have immediate access to reviews, tips, and all the other articles you would find in Consumer Reports.  Learn their tips on […]

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