The Hoffman-Lang Library at Hamilton is celebrating it's 11th year as a parent-volunteer led resource!
The Hoffman-Lang Library boasts over 5000 titles in our collection - picture books, middle grade chapter books, graphic novels, YA novels, & nonfiction topics from A to Z! We are always looking for new, amazing titles to add to our collection!
Because of our amazing group of volunteers & the support from HAT, we are able to many opportunities to students! Opportunities like:
Weekly Class Visits - stories & check out!
After School Study Halls - Tuesdays & Thursdays until 4pm (October-May)
Book Fairs - twice a year
Service Hours - students can earn time by helping shelve books, clean tables, work at the book fair & more!
If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about the library, you can contact Erin Sanders via email at [email protected]
Hamilton Book Club
We have an amazing group of parents and teachers (& occasionally students) who meet together once a month to discuss a work of literature.
Each month presents a new title to read & discuss - classics, award winners, social issues, & more!
For more information about when & where we meet, please contact Jen Kalmus at [email protected]
October's Book Club will be discussing the Newberry Award winning children's classic "Johnny Tremain" by Esther Forbes.