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Teen Zines

September 21 at 4pm Make a zine! What’s a zine? It’s a homemade pamphlet focusing on a topic of your choice! It can be focused on a fandom you love, educational, social justice related – whatever you want! This class is offered in person and virtually – if you would like to participate virtually you […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is held each year from September 15 to October 15. Check out a selection of fiction, graphic novels, and non-fiction titles below (click on the images to request the title from our catalog)! We also have a collection of Spanish language materials for teens in the library as well. Fiction Graphic Novels […]

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Among Us

Wednesday, September 15 at 3:30 Play Among Us and find the impostor! We play virtually over Zoom, all you need is the game (free to download!) and a mic. All experience levels welcome. Open to those in grades 6-12. Registration is required. Among Us sessions typically meet one Wednesday a month!

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Teen Crafternoon: Dragon Eggs

September 9 at 4pm Live your best fantasy life and make your very own dragon egg! For teens in grades 6-12 Registration required. This class will meet in person, masks are required to stay on at all times.

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Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Taylor Jenkins Reid has quickly become one of my favorite authors and she’s hit another homerun with Malibu Rising. Told in alternating timelines between the 1950s and 60s, and 1983, Malibu Rising tells the story of the fictional rock legend, Mick Riva’s four children. The 50s and 60s chapters tell the story of Mick and […]

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Climate Preparedness Week Drawing Contest

Calling all Massachusetts Youth! Massachusetts Library System & Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) invite you to participate in the 2021 Climate Preparedness Week Drawing Contest. This year’s drawing contest theme is “The Weather is Changing: Are You Prepared?” Kids and teens of all ages are invited to share their drawings of ways in which they prepare for […]

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Teen Tie-Dye!

Tuesday, August 10 at 11am Teens ages 13-18 are welcome to join us on the library lawn to create a one of a kind tie-dye t-shirt! Must bring your own white cotton shirt. Registration is required – click the button above! Questions? Email our teen librarian, Rachel, at rgagnon@haverhillpl.org

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Teen Comics Workshop with Marek Bennett

August 2nd at 2pm on Zoom Join NH cartoonist Marek Bennett’s COMICS WORKSHOP on a quest to create wild new comics that ONLY YOU can draw… Using blank paper, pencils, ink, and four basic “storytelling elements,” we’ll design original animal cartoon characters with their own personalities, powers, & points of view — Then we’ll learn […]

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Graphic Novels in Libraries Month

Starting in 2019, every July the American Library Association and Booklist magazine celebrate graphic novels in libraries! Graphic novels are a very popular format and can be found in almost any genre. We have LOTS of graphic novels for all ages here at the library, and your librarians love to read them too! Check out […]

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Project Hail Mary

Project Hail Mary, Andy Weir’s (The Martian) third book, starts with Ryland Grace waking up from a coma. He doesn’t know who he is or that he’s even in a space shuttle. He does know that he is utterly alone – his crewmates are dead in their beds. As his memories start to come back […]