Hausner’s Lehmann Library consists of over 15,000 volumes, intended to support and enhance the general studies and Hebrew and Jewish studies curriculum, as well as nurture and expand our students’ love of literature and reading.

In addition to general fiction and nonfiction, the library collection includes:

  • Judaic nonfiction
  • Judaic picture books
  • Hebrew picture books, chapter books, and nonfiction to serve all levels of Hebrew readers
  • A middle-school dedicated reading room
Classes come to the library each week for lessons in library and research skills and to check out books. Students are encouraged to check out books for pleasure reading as well as for school work. Families are also encouraged to create family library accounts to check out materials for home.

Looking for ideas on what to read during the summer and beyond? Here is a list of recommended English and Hebrew reads for each grade, kindergarten through middle school.