Curbside Pick-Up Instructions

Curbside Pick-Up Instructions The Haverhill Public Library is now offering “Curbside Pick-Up” as a new service. You can request items from the library, schedule a pick-up time, and wait in one of our reserved spots in the parking lot for us to deliver your items to you. Although we offer this service to everyone with […]

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Understand Black Movements & Systemic Racism Book List

Available through Project Gutenberg The Red Record: Tabulated Statistics and Alleged Causes of Lynching in the United States by Ida B. Wells-Barnett Let me give you thanks for your faithful paper on the lynch abomination now generally practiced against colored people in the South. There has been no word equal to it in convincing power. […]

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Book Drops are Open

Yes, you can return books. Anything checked out before we closed is not being charged late fees. Anything checked out via curbside pickup beginning May 26th will have normal fee rules applied. Use either book drop or the automated return window on the exterior of the building.

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What’s the Plan? Phased Re-Opening

We know everyone is anxious to get back to the library and have been asking lots of questions about what our plan for reopening is. Well, we (being detail obsessed librarians) have come up with a multi-phased plan that will be implemented over the course of the upcoming weeks. First, all staff are back in […]

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Helpful Resources: COVID-19, Employment, Mental Health, & More

Free Online Courses and Online Learning Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD): Transitioning to Online Learning Digital Promise: List of Online Learning Resources Resources for Supporting Learners with Disabilities Digital Learning Playbook Micro-credentials COVID-19 Library Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) NASA STEM Engagement How to get published from SAGE Campus From the National Education […]

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