Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Simon Spier is gay, however, he hasn’t come out yet – except to anonymous fellow student (code name Blue) he’s been emailing back and forth with. Simon inadvertently left his email logged in on a school computer and now Martin knows his secret. Simon now has to hook Martin up with his friend Abby or […]

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March is Women’s History Month!

Come visit the Haverhill Public Library to see the display organized by members of the League of Women Voters of Greater Haverhill (LWVGH)!   A short history of Women’s History Month:  “Women’s History Week” was first initiated in 1978 by the Education Task Force of the Sonoma County (California) Commission to address the lack of […]

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“How to Stop Time by Matt Haig”

Tom Hazard is not a time traveler. Born in 1581, Tom is blessed (or cursed) with a disease that makes him age one year for every thirteen or fourteen human years. This leaves Tom looking like a forty-one year old man even though he is closer to the age of some trees you can see […]

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Opposing Viewpoints

While we hope you’ve noticed our Overdrive and Freegal collections, you may not have come across all of the electronic resources we have available for you.  You can access them from your home computer 24/7!  One of our favorites is Opposing Viewpoints.  This database is the perfect resource for students writing papers and preparing debates […]

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“Death Below Stairs” by Jennifer Ashley

This historical mystery has all the right ingredients for a fun read! Highly sought after cook Kat Holloway accepts a position in Lord Rankin’s house and is immediately immersed in the many eccentricities of the household. As a confident and self-reliant woman of Victorian London, Kat has no doubts she can handle whatever drama this […]

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