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PARTS OF A BOOK in... THE LIBRARY DOORS by Toni Buzzeo
FRONT COVER Hold the book closed, facing you.
Title Author Illustrator Illustration
BACK COVER Hold the book closed, facing away from you.
SPINE Hold the book closed so that the smooth skinny edge faces you.
Publisher Title Author Illustrator
DUST JACKET Unwrap the paper cover if it isnt taped or glued down.
Author Information Illustrator Information Blurb
TITLE PAGE Open to the first page with the author AND title.
Title Author Illustrator Illustration Publisher
COPYRIGHT PAGE (VERSO) Turn the title page over.
Dedications Copyright Date Publication Information
TEXT PAGES The first page of the story and all the ones that follow.
WHAT WEVE LEARNED PARTS OF A BOOK Point to the parts you know. Front Cover Back Cover Spine Dust Jacket Title Page Copyright Page Text Pages
WHAT WEVE LEARNED Tell what these terms mean and point to places you find them. Title Author Illustrator Illustration ISBN
WHAT WEVE LEARNED Tell what these terms mean and point to places you find them. Author Information Illustrator Information Blurb Publisher Dedications Publication Information Copyright Date Text
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