Special Collections Expanded Hours

New hours are Monday-Wednesday 10am-3pm, Thursday 3pm-7pm. Stop by for a visit!

New Merchandise!

Check out our online store for the latest kids and Comic Con merchandise! You can purchase gear in preparation for our upcoming Comic Con in May! Also, there are new kids items and exclusive Jump & Jam merch for your little party animal!

Link to store

New Service: Auto Renewal

As of February 2024 you will no longer have to remember to renew any books, DVDs, or other physical items you have borrowed from the library. If the item is eligible to be renewed, it will be automatically renewed for you three days prior to its due date.

Click here for more on Auto Renewals!

Haverhill Reads Author Talk: Jenny Howe

On April 27, join us for an afternoon with author Jenny Howe! She’ll read from her 2023 novel, "On the Plus Side," and talk about writing romance and why plus-size representation matters! Her 2 p.m. talk will be followed by a book signing.

Register for talk here!

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Chalice of the Gods

After defeating Kronos, sending Gaea back to sleep, and surviving the mess that was Apollo’s stint as a mortal, Percy is back facing his hardest challenge yet: College Applications. Finding out that he needs three godly recommendation letters in order to get in to New Rome University, even the Savior of Olympus has hit his […]

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Therapy Dogs at the Library!

Looking to practice your reading skills and relax? Register for one of our therapy dog visits! Starting in March, we have had two new therapy dogs coming to the library! Kona, a golden retriever, and Hazel Mai, a mixed breed. They’re joining Finn, another golden retriever, as part of our therapy dog programming. All three […]

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Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer

If you’re looking for a book to captivate and change your view of the world, look no further. Robin Wall Kimmerer, a botanist and member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, seamlessly blends scientific knowledge and indigenous teachings together. She embraces the notion that plants and animals are our oldest teachers. In Braiding Sweetgrass, Kimmerer brings these […]

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Titanic Reads: 112th Anniversary

This April 15th marks the 112th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. Check out this month’s Booklist that highlights all things Titanic within our collection! Visit our Booklist page to download this and other custom booklists prepared by our librarians! You can also scroll below to dive into our Titanic list!