2 Today you will learn all about the parts of a book. Welcome to the LibraryToday you will learn all about the parts of a book.I Recognize source of information in different parts of a book: (eg: title page, table of contents, index, glossary, Verso page, appendix, dedication page, preface/foreward, author information, bibliography, blurb, afterward)I Use text features to locate information that answers questions: (eg: topic sentences, captions, bold print, chapter headings, subheadings, etc.)
3 Author and Illustrator The Outside of a BookI Love to ReadIma WriterByIllustrated ByIman ArtistFICWRII love to ReadFront CoverTitleTitleSpineAuthor and IllustratorCall Number
4 The Outside of a BookSometime the outside of a book is covered with a Book Jacket. This is the paper or plastic coated covering of a book that is found on the outside of the book which features the title of the book, the author, a colorful photo, and often a brief Synopsis or summary of the book and some biographical information on the author.
5 Inside the Front of a Book I Love To ReadTitleSome books have a Half Title Page that comes right before the full Title Page. It tells us the title of the book only and usually has an illustration.
6 Inside the Front of a Book I Love To ReadWritten By:Ima WriterIllustrated By:Iman AuthorBook Maker Inc. Sandy, OregonTitleAuthor and IllustratorPublisherPlace of PublicationThe Title Page is at the beginning of a book, usually the second or third right-hand page.The Title Page tells us the same information as the front cover PLUS it tells us who the publisher is and where the publishing company is located.
8 Inside the Front of a Book The Dedication Page usually comes right before or after the Title Page. Sometimes the dedication is added to the Verso Page.The Dedication is where the author and/or illustrator write a short statement thanking someone or a group of people for their support, help, and inspiration.To my family who inspired me and helped me write this book I.R.
9 The following book parts all introduce the book to the reader: Introductory remarks appear at the front of the book before the main text.The following book parts all introduce the book to the reader:Foreword, Preface and Introduction.
10 Inside the Front of a Book FOREWARDThroughout the history of mankind stories have played a part in learning at all levels. This book follows that tradition.Susan WrightSeptember 2004The Foreward is an introductory remark at the beginning of a book written by someone other that the author. It introduces or praises the book.
11 Inside the Front of a Book PREFACEThe Preface is an introductory remark at the beginning of a book. It explains the origins and history of the book written by the author.The reasons that I wrote this book are . . .
12 Inside the Front of a Book IntroductionPeople often ask, “Where do you find stories?” Stories are everywhere: in books and newspapers, in the movies, in everyday events, in dreams, in the minds and mouths of people, and, above all, in our own lives.The Introduction is a short summary or explanation of the book.
13 Inside the Front of a Book AcknowledgementsTo all people who ask me where I found the stories and metaphors that I use in my work. Their sheer persistence and refusal to go out and find their own stories encouraged me to start work on my first draft.The Acknowledgment is a list of everyone who helped the author produce the book.
14 Inside the Front of a Book The Table of Contents comes after the Dedication Page. It is a list of the book’s contents, arranged in order by chapters or sections.Table of ContentsBooks I Love….1Story Time…….12Library Time…..20My Report……..38
15 Inside the Main Text of the Book Chapter 1The book will contain Chapter Headings and lots of paragraphs each with a topic sentence and oftentimes Bold Print or Boxed Text WordsBOLD WORDSBoxed Text Words
16 Inside the Main Text of the Book The Maps, Charts and Diagrams in a nonfiction book display information or data in the form of pictures, drawings or outlines.A ChartA MapA Diagram
17 Inside the Main Text of the Book A Caption is a title, short explanation, or description accompanying an illustration or a photograph.The Taj Mahal in India
18 Inside the Back of the Book TimelineThe Appendix is a collection of important information like charts, tables, and other resources usually found in the back of the book.FAST FACTSOfficial NameCapitolOfficial Language
19 Inside the Back of the Book Some books have a Glossary in the back of the book. Glossaries are usually only found in nonfiction books.The Glossary is an alphabetical list of terms found in the book and their definitions.Glossaryadapt (uh-DAPT)-to change to fit will in a particular environmentbiome (BYE-0hm)-large regions or areas in the owrld that have similar weather, soil, plants and aanimalscarnivore (KAHR-nuh-vor)-An animal that eats only meatGlossaryadapt (uh-DAPT)-to change to fit will in a particular environmentbiome (BYE-0hm)-large regions or areas in the owrld that have similar weather, soil, plants and aanimalscarnivore (KAHR-nuh-vor)-An animal that eats only meat
20 Inside the Back of the Book IndexAlpine tundra, 5Antlers, 25 ,30Biome, 5, 41Blubber, 10, 15Caribou, 7, 19, 21, 25-31, 43The Index is an alphabetical list in the back of the book that lists the topics found in a book and what page numbers the topics are on.
21 Inside the Back of the Book The Bibliography is a list of books, articles and other resources the author used in writing the book.BibliographyCanfield J, Hansen MV. Chicken Soup for the Soul. London: Vermillion, 2000.Morgan J, Rinvoulcri M. Once Upon a Time. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.Pinkola, Estes. C. Women Who Run with the Wolves. London: Rifer, 1993.