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Latest Library Blog entries for Information
“A Long Way Home” by Saroo Brierley
This is the fascinating true story of Saroo Brierley, Indian-born Australian, who got lost at the age of 5 years old and found his way back home at the age of 30. The whole story is captivating: the description of his birth family’s extreme poverty, how he got lost, his survival instincts in the streets […]
Madame Picasso – Anne Girard
Picasso was known for his love of women and certainly for his art. Anne Girard chose to portray two of Picasso’s lovers: Fernande Olivier and Eva Gouel. The story starts in Paris in 1911. Picasso is a leader of the new cubist movement and he is just starting to be recognized as an influential artist. […]
There’s an “App” for That!
Download these apps to do some of your favorite library things: search our catalog, check out ebooks, read magazine articles, download music, & learn a language. All these apps are available both for Apple and Android devices. They are free to download and offer you free content with your Haverhill Public Library card. HPL Mobile […]
HPL will be open Sundays beginning October 19th. Join us from 1-5pm every Sunday until May 17th, 2015. October 19th-May 17th, 1-5pm
Get Lit February
Join us for the February meeting of our book group aimed at 20 and 30 somethings. We will be reading You by Caroline Kepnes. Join us at the Barking Dog Ale House on Thursday February 19th at 7pm. Check us out at www.getlit.blogspot.com or on twitter @getlithpl