Welcome to Our School’s E-Library

We would like to encourage our students to keep reading books, while the school is closed because of the COVID Pandemic.

This page contains web links to a range of books from Classics to Contemporary for Pre-K to Class 10 along with children’s newspapers. You could choose to listen to audio books and read some of the books in Hindi and Telugu. We hope you enjoy reading the books in our online library.

Don Bosco School’s Reading Program

Dear Students, Read books from our e-library and send in your book reviews throughout the year. The Best Readers from Classes 3 to 10 will receive a Certificate of Achievement and a Medal at the end of the Academic Year. Students can submit their Book Reviews through the MS Form below using your school email id and password. Happy Reading!

Book Review Form

Quick Link: Books for our Reading Program

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Bosco Musings: Don Bosco School’s E-Magazine

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About the Coronavirus

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A Little Spot Stays Home
To teach little children about the virus & staying safe at home. Read Aloud
A Little Spot Learns Online
A Story about Virtual Classroom expectations
Read Aloud

Discovery: Science, Social Science & Nature


English Language Skills


Nature & Science: Discover How Things Work


Life Skills & Moral Values

Sticky Brians

Sticky Brains is about mindfulness and neuroplasticity which cab be used to help children to overcome negative emotions and bring in calm & peaceful thoughts.

My Gratitude Jar
Read Aloud


Colour Our Story

Children from around the world create messages and colouring images for other children as a way to globally connect.


Primary Section Storybooks

Books Read Aloud for Primary Section

Story Time From Space

Storybooks read by astronauts from the International Space Station!

Real Life Story

Dr. Seuss Read Aloud

Storybooks you can read in Hindi & Telugu too.

Biographies: Read Aloud

Tale of a Tadpole Read by a Ranger

The Grandpa Tree Read by a Ranger