2560 Leon Guinto Street

Singalong, Malate, Manila





Circulation Area
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This is where books and other library materials are loaned out. The Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) and a dictionary type of card catalog are available for client’s use.

Children’s Area
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This is intended for the Kinder to Grade 3 students. It houses all picture books and children’s reference materials. Caldecott-award winning books are also based here. Its best features are the comfortable, colorful sofa set, the realia of Sesame Street’s Big Bird and Nick Jr. character Dora the Explorer. It can accommodate 45 students or one class.

Reference Section
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It houses updated reference resources like encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, yearbooks, atlases, directories, etc.  It has a seating capacity of up to 56 students. 

Vertical Files

These are pamphlets, clippings, brochures and other similar ephemeral materials maintained to answer brief questions or provide information not easily located in books.  These are located in the Reference Section.

Reading Area
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It houses the general collection of books (books on generalities to history and biographies).  Issues of children’s journals and periodicals can also be found here. It can accommodate up to 45 students.

Filipiniana Section
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Books written by Filipino authors and about the Philippines, as well as books published in the Philippines are found here.

Fiction Section
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Home reading books (including Newbery award-winning books and classic books) are found here.  A comfortable reading area is also provided here. 

Periodicals Area
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Bound periodicals for children are shelved here.

Faculty Section
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Professional books, journals, periodicals, manuals and guide books for teachers’ instructional needs and professional growth are stationed here.

Technical Services


This is a working area where books are technically processed: collating, stamping, accessioning, classifying and cataloging.

Reading Center


This has a rich collection of books labeled with lexile which allows more free reading activity according to the lexile level of each student. It is located at the Schrader Hall (second floor of the Sta. Maria Building).