Snow Emergency Declared

Due to the Snow Emergency declared by Haverford Township, we will close tonight, Wednesday, March 4th, at 6pm. We will remain closed all day Thursday, March 5th.

*Reminder: When the Library is closed for a snow day you will not incur any overdue fines for items due that day.

We plan to reopen on Friday morning at our regular time, 10am!

One Book, One Philadelphia 2015

Join HTFL in welcoming One Book, One Philadelphia to Haverford Township for the 11th year! 

The One Book, One Philadelphia Selection Committee chose Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline as its 2015 selection. 

On Tuesday, March 17th, Christina Baker Kline will visit Haverford Township. 

 

  • Author Talk - 9:15am @ Haverford High School
    Registration in Advance Required
  • Book Signing & Reception - 11am @ Haverford Township Free Library
  • Meet the Author Luncheon - 12:30pm @ Haverford Township Free Library
    $15/ticket, Purchase in Advance at the Circulation Desk or Click Here to buy online!

Learn about all the One Book, One Philadelphia Programs here...

Tax Forms

Pennsylvania and Federal 1040 tax forms are now in stock at the library!

Pick them up anytime during our open hours.  To print your PA tax forms from home or to get forms that are not available at the library visit the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue website at:  www.revenue.pa.gov/FormsandPublications.

Due to cuts to the IRS publication budget, libraries will only receive 1040 forms this year.  If you would like to print out your forms immediately or if you need supplemental forms, visit the IRS website at www.IRS.gov/Forms

Staff Picks
All The Bright Places

by Jennifer Niven

 

Violet Markey is on the ledge of her school's bell tower, six stories up, and frozen in terror. Theodore Finch, the Freak, stands on the ledge nearby. Before she can panic, he calms her down and gets her back on solid ground. He even lets everyone think she's the one who talked him out of jumping. Violet, until recently, was a popular cheerleader and Finch has a well-earned reputation for being manic, violent, and unpredictable. But Finch won't let

The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates by Wes Moore

by Wes Moore

 

Two kids named Wes Moore were born blocks apart within a year of each other. Both grew up fatherless in similar Baltimore neighborhoods and had difficult childhoods; both hung out on street corners with their crews; both ran into trouble with the police. How, then, did one grow up to be a Rhodes Scholar, decorated veteran, White House Fellow, and business leader, while the other ended up a convicted murderer. . .