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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
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
October's Book Club will be discussing the Newberry Award winning children's classic "Johnny Tremain" by Esther Forbes.