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The cover of a book gives us information about it… The picture The title The author
What does the cover tell you about this story? picture title author
What do you think this non-fiction book is about? picture title author
The cover might also tell you the name of the illustrator. pictures by Jared Lee
dust jacket The cover may also have a dust jacket over it. title illustrator
spine. This part of the book is called the spine. Can you see the title and the author’s names?
The spine is really important as it helps to hold the book together.
In a library, the spine gives us information about where to find a book on the shelves.
leaves Inside the book are pages. They are sometimes called the leaves of a book.
It holds the book together. It also tells you the book’s title, author, publisher and call number.
Parts of a book Using “Beatrice Doesn't Want To”.
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Title Page The title page is the first page in the book. It tells you the title of the book, the author and the illustrator. It also tells you who published.
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Parts of a Book Power Point by Zinnia Garcia-Bayardo, Adapted from:
Parts of a book Created by Debbie Griffin, LMS King Elementary School.
Learn the Library Crestline School 4 Sections The library at Crestline is arranged in 4 sections: Easy Fiction (Picture Books) Fiction Chapter Books.
. The EECC library has many things that are found in all libraries. Knowing these features will help you find the books you want. In any library, if you.
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Lets Learn Library Language There are many words that tell about books and help you understand how a library is organized. Lets look a just a few.
Ms. Giannini Kindergarten Language Arts Lesson 1.
A book cover is the outside of the book. Each book cover can look different.
Parts of a Book Lilburn Elementary. Most books have at least five of these parts. Spine Cover Author Illustrator Title Title Page Table of Contents Index.
Library Language This program will help you practice the meanings for some of the words in our library language. Read the questions carefully before.
Parts of a book Created by Debbie Griffin, LMS King Elementary School King Elementary School.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Written By: Bill Martin, Jr & John Archambault Illustrated By: Lois Ehlert.
Parts of a Book. Most books have at least five of these parts. Spine Cover Author Illustrator Title Title Page Table of Contents Index Glossary Bibliography.
NOTE: In order to play this game, it must be viewed in slide show (F5) Created by Mrs. Marybeth St. John Fisher School.
Parts of A Book 1 st and 2nd Grade Library Introduction Spine- is the backbone of the book. Illustrator- person who draws the pictures. Cover- protects.
Let’s Talk About Books! Just like you have skin to protect the parts inside you… A book has a part that protects it too!
Twenty Questions Library Questions Twenty Questions
Parts of a Book 1 st -5 th Grades Roque Guerra, Jr. Elementary.
What is a call number? A call number tells you a book’s location (address) in the library Nonfiction call numbers are made up from numbers and letters.
Parts of a Non-Fiction Book. Cover Back Cover Front Cover Spine holds the book together.
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Library Terms Books Computer Terms Genres Places in the Library.
John F. Kennedy Elementary School Library Parts of a Book A working knowledge of the different parts of a Book to retrieve the information you need.
Parts of a Book PowerPoint by Brenda Rollins who adapted and expanded the PowerPoint by Zinnia Garcia-Bayardo, who adapted from:
User Orientation P R K SINGH LIBRARIAN KV SEVOKE ROAD 1.
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Parts of a Book By: Sharnna Archat-Edmondson. Main Parts of a Book There are three main parts of a book. They are: 1.The outside and preliminary 2.The.
Be An Author! How is a book’s call number created? What kind of book would you like to write? Fiction (chapter book) or Everybody? What will your spine.
Parts of A Book 3 rd Grade Library Introduction Spine- is the backbone of the book. Illustrator- person who draws the pictures. Cover- protects the pages.
A Just Right Book Based on the book Goldisocks and the Three Libearians By Jackie Mims Hopkins.
Find a Picture of Your Book Cover w/ Title of Book and Author’s Name ABC Book By (Your Name/Your Hour)
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The Book Jacket Front Title Author Other possibilities Illustrations Name of illustrator Award medallions Other notes or comments.
Welcome back to school! PVS Media Center Let’s review how to use the library.
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By Morgan Title A title is a few words that tells you the main subject of the book. Example: Dolphins.
Call Numbers Objective: Students will understand how call numbers are used to locate books and other materials in the library.
Book Selection Tips and Tricks Find a book that interests you today!
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Fiction or Nonfiction? Fiction Story is created from the author’s imagination – Stories are pretend – Animals or objects can talk, wear clothes, have.
The Dewey Decimal System is a way to organize non-fiction books in the library so you can easily find them. This way to find books was invented by Melvil.
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