Rules and Regulations of School Library

 Written by: Najia Nijat

Hasib and Momina go to the castle and they do not see Lalo Mama in the yard of the castle. They ask the guard of the castle about Lalo Mama. He directs them inside to the castle. Momina says to Hasib that Lalo Mama is not seen in the castle either. Hasib calls Momina in a loud voice that Lalo Mama is inside the library. They enter the library and Lalo Mama welcomes them in a slow voice. Hasib asks him loudly that why he doesn’t talk loudly. Lalo Mama takes them out of the library and says that some other people are studying in the library and they might be disturbed by talking loudly. Momina wants him to explain the regulations and rules of the library.

Lalo Mama opens a window for their information.


In the window, Hameed is studying in the library. His friend, Farid comes and talks to someone else in the library. Farid takes a book from the shelf of the library and asks other boys in the library to listen to him and he tells a poem to them in a loud voice. Hameed condemns him for interrupting others. A quarrel takes place between them. The librarian asks them to be quiet and he takes them off the library.

Lalo Mama closes the window.

Momina blames Farid for talking loudly in the library but Hasib is mocking Momina that why she advises her.

Lalo Mama opens anther window for their more information.


In the window, the reporter of the castles says that some schools have libraries and some students pass their free time by studying school or other books but some other students do not pay attention to the rules and regulations of the library and make trouble for others.

Then the reporter talks to some students about this issue.

Shaista says, “Once I went to the school library. Some students were making noise. I asked them to pay attention to the regulations of the library.”

Hosay, a resident of Spin Kalay, district 5th, Kabul city says, “I regularly use the school library. When I take a book from the shelf, after studying, I replace it in its place.”

Masom, a student of Ghazi high school, Kabul city says, “Once I was doing my home assignment in the school library. A student was sitting beside me and he was chewing gum and sometimes he pushing his chair and was making sounds. I asked him that making trouble for others in the library is not a good habit. He understood and promised that he would no longer make noise in the library.”

Lalo Mama close this window too.

Hasib promises that he would talk slowly in the library.