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View our Printable May 2016 Program Calendar here – Registrations now open!
Did you know that April is National Poetry Month?
Poem in Your Pocket Day! April 19th!
WHEN SIGNING UP YOUR KIDS FOR A PROGRAM,
YOU MUST SIGN UP EACH CHILD SEPARATELY,
or we don’t have an accurate count. Thanks!
About the Children’s Room The Haverhill Public Library Children’s Room is dedicated to providing a diverse array of resources and programs to fulfill the needs of children, parents, and teachers in the Haverhill Community. Come in and see what we have to offer! Check out the Kids Calendar for our full program and activity schedule.
Featured Online Resources: (for other great electronic resources for youth, see the Youth Electronic Resources page) Scholastic BookFLIX is an online literary resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related non-fiction eBooks from Scholastic. BookFLIX may be accessed from home (or work or school!) with your Haverhill Public Library 14 digit card number.
Latest Library Blog entries for Kids
“Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library” by Chris Grabenstein – review by Miss Gael
“With other students, twelve-year-old Kyle gets to stay overnight in the new town library, designed by his hero (the famous game-maker, Luigi Lemoncello). Come morning he must work with friends to solve puzzles in order to escape.” Exciting, fun filled puzzle type mystery. Highly recommend!
On the Wings of Heroes by Richard Peck
A boy in Illinois remembers the home front years of World War II, especially his two heroes – his brother in the Air Force and his father, who fought in the previous war.
Zane and the Hurricane: A Story of Katrina by W. R. Philbrick
A twelve-year-old boy and his dog become trapped in New Orleans during the horrors of Hurricane Katrina.
Last Shot: A Final Four Mystery by John Feinstein
After winning a basketball reporting contest, eighth-graders Stevie and Susan Carol are sent to cover the Final Four tournament, where they discover that a talented player is being blackmailed into throwing the final game.
Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by Chris Grabenstein
“With other students, twelve-year-old Kyle gets to stay overnight in the new town library, designed by his hero (the famous game-maker, Luigi Lemoncello). Come morning he must work with friends to solve puzzles in order to escape.”