“Today’s readers are tomorrow’s leaders.”

The library provides many children with their first chance to use and enjoy a library. The school library is a welcoming place for study and reading. The school library is to support the students and teachers by providing access to current adequate and appropriate information resources. It also ensures that all the students, teachers and staff are effectively using the ideas and information. The library encourages the love of reading and development of student’s independent learning skills.

ABS school library has both printed as well as audio-visual material like CD-Rom and DVDs. There are plenty of books, encyclopedias, picture books, activity books, dictionaries etc. The library has books on literature in Hindi, Tamil and English. We have around 5000 books in our library for varied age groups.

  • The seating capacity is of 50 children in the library.
  • Students from Standard III to Standard XII visit the library. They refer books and participate in library activities.
  • The interior library has been designed with the view of making it modern and student friendly.
  • The library follows an open access system. The books are classified and shelved according to the Dewey decimal classification.
  • The school has subscribed 12 periodicals currently.
  • List of Books recommended by CBSE

  • Reading is all about understanding the written word and therefore it is only natural that once you have been reading for a while you will entertain a progressive writing.

For classes IX & X

  • Books by author Loran Doyle
  • Room of the roof – Ruskin Bond
  • The Canterville Ghost – Oscar Wilde
  • School Stories – P.G. Wodehouse

For classes VII & VIII

  • The adventures of Tom Sawyer – Mark Twain
  • Treasure island – Robert Louis Stevenson
  • The Time Machine – H.G. Wells
  • Harry Potter – The series – J.K. Rowling
  • Stories by Roald Dahl

We request the students to follow the care given below:

  • Do not leave books outside
  • Keep books away from water
  • Do not throw the books
  • Turn pages one at a time
  • Use book march to “save” where you stop reading. Do not fold over a corner of the page.
  • Do not draw or write in library books.
  • Return the books on time.

For classes V & VI

  • The Noody stories – Enid Blyton
  • Tales from Panchatantra
  • Karadi tales
  • The famous five stories – Enid Blyton
  • The Happy Prince
  • Charlie and the chocolates factory – Roald Dahl

For classes XI & XII

  • Father Brown – G.K. Chesterton
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin – Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Short story collections by Indian authors
  • Books by Jane Austen
  • Books by Charlotte Bronte

Other books and authors suggested by the committee

  • Satyajeet Ray
  • R.K. Narayan
  • Sudha Murthy
  • Mark Twain
  • O. Henry