The library is an integral part of a student’s learning Curve at Little Flower Public School. Kindergarten and primary school students are privy to a virtual treasure house of books, magazines, charts and models segregated class-wise. Middle and high school students and staff enjoy the privilege of a larger library hosting a plethora of 7,000 plus fiction and non-fiction books, encyclopedias, newspapers, magazines and periodicals in English and vernacular languages.
In keeping with the evolving digital revolution, our library also has more than 250 CDs/DVDs which are either played in the AV room or in the Digiboard.
Students are encouraged to make optimum use of library hours allotted to the respective classes to inculcate a sense of independent learning within them. Apart from knowledge enrichment, our students are also given a daily dose of contemporary awareness and intellectual vitamins through Newspaper in Education program [NIE] vis-a-viz Times of India, The Hindu and Vijaya-Karnataka newspapers in accordance to their classes.