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About Our Kids’ Department

The Haverhill Public Library Children’s Room is located on the 2nd floor. Board books, picture books, award winners, chapter books, fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, Spanish-language books, DVDs, audiobooks, and many more materials are available for circulation. The Children’s Room has materials for all children up to grade six. 

The Children’s Room is not currently open, but there is a mini-browsing collection of popular, new, and seasonal titles on the first floor. Also, staff can put together curbside pickup bags for you and bring them right out to your car. Just browse the catalog for your materials, place the items on hold, and arrange a curbside appointment when you’re notified your holds are available. Click here for information on curbside pickup and in-person browsing.

Not sure what you’re looking for? No problem! Youth Services staff can help put together a bag for you. Give us a call or email and let us know what topic and reading level you want (i.e. dinosaurs, picture books, age 4). Please be aware this process can take between 1 and 3 hours based on staff availability.

We post virtual programs on our social media pages. Click the logos to visit HPL on Facebook and Youtube:   

For direct links to some of our recent virtual programs, including storytimes: Click Here. Scroll down for a list of upcoming events!

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Upcoming Events for Kids

New Kids' Items

Latest Blog Posts

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Celebrate Earth Day

Thursday April 22 @ 3:30 p.m. on Google Meet Join us on Zoom for amazing science and thrilling action in the Talewise animated adventure, “Earth Day: Revenge of the Toxic Robot”! When the town’s park is suddenly gated and locked, a group of friends decides to investigate. They discover a strange robot powered by toxic […]

--Staff Picks Kids

“Fighting Words” by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

Amanda read Fighting Words and this is what she thought… Della, and her older sister Suki, escape an abusive living situation and end up in a foster home. They learn that there are adults in the world they can trust, and that they deserve to be happy children in a loving home. I loved The […]