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Italics Italics show special words that the author wants you to notice. For example: There is a small new kid
Glossary A glossary is at the end of a book and tells you the meaning of a word. For example: The Statue of Liberty: a monument in New York City
Table Of Contents A table of contents shows you the titles of chapters and the page number they start on. For example : Cats pg 12 Dogs pg 20
Colored Font Colored words are words that the author wants you to notice. For Example: My best friend Stephanie is pretty.
Bold Words A bold word is a word that some people might not know. It also is a word that the author wants you to notice. Example : The boy is starving.
Title A title is on the cover of a book and tells you about the book. For Example: The Best of Figure Skating
Labels A label is a word by a picture that describes it. Example: Kangaroo
Index An index comes at the end of a book. It tells where to find specific topics. It is in abc order. Example: Penguins pg 23
Captions A caption is a sentence or two to tell you about the picture. Example: Fireworks are fire and light.
Pronunciation Guide A pronunciation guide is in the glossary and tells you how to pronounce a word. Example : pol-e-gon
Word To Know Box A word to know box is a place on the page to tell you what words means. Example: Words To Know Box An Orangutan is a orange ape.
By Stephanie Bold words Bold words are darker than the rest. Example: Snowy days are fabulous.
By: Drew Italics Words that are slanted. They are important to read. Example: Winter is so cool.
By: David Pronunciation Guide A pronunciation guide is usually located in the glossary and tells you how to pronounce words. It also shows you where.
By Morgan Title A title is a few words that tells you the main subject of the book. Example: Dolphins.
By Madilyn BOLD WORDS A bold word is a word that you might not know. Example: I like to eat pizza.
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