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New Books At Hancock County Library

Diary of an awesome friendly kid by by Jeff Kinney.
Theodore Boone by by John Grisham.
Shouting at the rain by Lynda Mullaly Hunt.
Middle school misadventures by by Jason Platt.
Other words for home by Jasmine Warga.
Silver Meadows summer by Emma Otheguy.
The Hamilton-Burr duel by Dan Gutman.
August Isle by Ali Standish.
The door at the end of the world by Caroline Carlson.
Share your smile by Raina Telgemeier.
Extraordinary birds by by Sandy Stark-McGinnis.
Caterpillar summer by Gillian McDunn.
The library of ever by Zeno Alexander.
Meghan Markle by by Golriz Golkar.
Apollo 8 by Martin W. Sandler.
Natural history collector by Michael Sanchez.
The girl who drew butterflies by Joyce Sidman.
Bees by by Piotr Socha ; text by Wojciech Grajkowski ; translation by Agnes Monod-Gayraud.
The presidents visual encyclopedia by written by Philip Parker.
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Amenities | Services | Resources

Free public computer access / Free WiFi / Quiet Study Rooms / Large Meeting Room / Historical Genealogy Room / Assistive Technology / AWE Early Literacy Station Computers – Ages 2-8 / Wireless Printing / Copying / Scanning / Faxing / Digital Resources / Passport Photos/ Regular & Large Print Materials / Free Programs & Events / Live Observation Bee Hive / Herb & Butterfly Garden

Click here for the meeting room application.

Click here to access Hancock County Archives.

As part of the Azalea Regional Library System, the Hancock County Library is able to offer patrons with a valid PINES library card free access to:

  • A robust collection of print & digital resources and services.
  • Individualized academic and career support in both English and Spanish languages.
  • Public computers and AWE early literacy station computers for children.
  • GALILEO’s online offerings which include: eRead Kids; Novelist; Gale Legal Forms Library; MANGO Languages; Job and Career Accelerator; Ancestry Library Edition; Tumble Book Library; Heritage Quest; Consumer Reports; and many more.
  • eBooks, audio books, and digital magazines for all ages via RBDigital, Freading, and Sebco Books.

Free park and museum passes are also available for check out, thanks to a partnership with the Georgia Public Library Service (GPLS). More information about all of the partnership offerings, visit their partnerships page.

The Hancock County Library is also home to the first live observation beehive housed within a library in the State of Georgia! This vibrant hive may be viewed during regular business hours and is utilized for educational purposes, to promote the importance of bees in an ecosystem, and to encourage personal beekeeping. The library also provides visitors with access to a butterfly and herb garden. To schedule a tour of the facility, please contact the Library Manager.

The Hancock County Library is conveniently located in the City of Sparta, open to the public seven days per week, and has a dedicated and well-trained staff ready to assist the community. Come visit us today!

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