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Main Parts of a Book Non-fiction Texts
Introduction Knowing the parts of a book help you find information faster and more efficiently. It will save you time and effort
Spine Title Author Call Number Fiction (FIC, EF, JF)Non-Fiction (Dewey Decimal System Number)
Cover Title Page On the outside Title Author/Editor On the insidePublisher Where published
Copyright page Who owns the right to the book When it was publishedISBN (International Standard Book Number)
Table of Contents NOT Alphabetical Ordered by occurrenceLists chapters and page numbers Helps to know the main ideas covered at a glance
PREFACE Author’s comments PRE – “Comes before”
Body or Text The main part of the book
Glossary Dictionary format Includes new or unfamiliar wordsListed in alphabetical order Meanings of important words
Index Alphabetical listing of names and ideasPage numbers are included
Bibliography Lists all references used by the author in writing the book.
Main Parts of a Book Non-Fiction
Spine Call Number Author Title
Title Page Title of book Author Publisher Where book was published
Copyright Page Who owns the right to print the bookWhere book was published International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
Table of Contents Tells you the main ideas that will be coveredChapter titles Page where chapters begin NOT ordered alphabetically Tells you the main ideas that will be covered
Preface Occurs before the main body of the book Author’s comments
Body of Text All the written information in each chapter
Glossary Alphabetical listing of key words (new or unfamiliar)Like a dictionary Located in the back of the book
Index Alphabetical listing of specific names and ideas found in the book Pages numbers for each listing
Bibliography List of all references the author used to write the book
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