The Hathaway Brown School Library Program prepares its students to be effective and efficient users of information by providing print and electronic resources that serve the educational needs of the school community, while encouraging a deep appreciation of literature and reading for personal enjoyment.
The Primary School Library serves the Primary and Early Childhood divisions, which include preschool through grade four. Each class in the Primary School visits the library once during the rotation for story times and other literacy activities with the librarians.
The Middle School Library serves grades five through eight. Fifth and sixth graders visit the library once a rotation for information literacy lessons, booktalks and selection of books to read for personal enjoyment. The librarian is available for in class visits for help with research skills and book talks for all middle school.
The Martha Frohring Geisel Library serves grades nine through twelve. The Geisel Library houses the School's archives collection. Students can browse the ever changing fiction collection, set up individual sessions for research help, relax and read current news magazines or meet with teachers in a comfortable setting.