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What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe
From the creator of the wildly popular webcomic xkcd, hilarious and informative answers to important questions you probably never thought to ask. Millions of people visit xkcd.com each week to read Randall Munroe’s iconic webcomic. His stick-figure drawings about science, technology, language, and love have a large and passionate following. Fans of xkcd ask Munroe […]
Lives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble by Marilyn Johnson
The author of The Dead Beat and This Book is Overdue! turns her piercing eye and charming wit to the real-life avatars of Indiana Jones—the archaeologists who sort through the muck and mire of swamps, ancient landfills, volcanic islands, and other dirty places to reclaim history for us all. Pompeii, Machu Picchu, the Valley of […]
Freegal = Free Music Downloads at the Library!
Have you checked out Freegal recently? Freegal has access to 8 million songs from over 28,000 record labels. With your Haverhill library card you may download 5 songs per week. Freegal also has over 15,000 music videos. Music video downloads count as 2 of your weekly selections. There is a download usage counter in the […]
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 […]
The Pearl That Broke Its Shell – Nadia Hashimi
This first novel by Afghan-American author Nadia Hassimir tells the stories of two Afghan women, separated by a century, who shared a common destiny: to live part of their lives as boys (bacha posh). Afghanistan 2009: Rahima/Rahim, one of five daughters, was disguised as a boy for a few years so her father could elevate […]