The Library is the nerve centre of all educational institutions. In other words, the school library is essential for literacy, education, information provision, social and cultural development of the pupils. In fact, the National Policy on Education highlights the provision of libraries in schools as an integral compliment of quality education and states that each school is to be provided with a trained librarian to run them. A good educational environment consists of the teacher, the pupils and the world of knowledge. This world of knowledge is introduced to the pupils by the teacher who remains a source of inspiration and help but whose success is ultimately measured by the ability of the pupils/students to learn independently. Students whose training have been limited to learning only from dictated notes or the programme outlines of text books will not have acquired the ability to learn on their own without a teacher to pre-digest, organize and interpret materials for them. Good teaching demands that students consult many sources of information and select and organize their programme outlines into a usable form for a determined purpose.