These books are an alphabetically arranged set, used to find facts about people, places, events, or things.
Alphabetically arranged book containing word spellings, pronunciations, parts of speech, and the definitions.
Book containing synonyms and antonyms of particular words. Can be helpful in adding variety to your writing.
Book containing information and statistics about popular events. Usually an update is published each year.
The “business page” of the book, this is one of the first few pages of a book, containing the title, author, publisher, and the place of publication.
The reverse of the Title Page, this page usually contains the copyright date.
This information, located in the front of the book, is written by the author or another authoritative person which gives background information for the book.
This page is located at the front of the book and contains chapter titles and the page numbers where they can be found in the book.
An introductory part of the book in which the author acknowledges others for their help and encouragement.
This section of the book is located near the back of the book. It provides key words from the text along with brief definitions.
A brief summary of the book often found on the book jacket or on the back of the book.
A list of sources (books, websites, magazines, etc.) used to gather information for the book.
The section in the back of the book that has key topics of the book and the pages where those topics can be found.
This is supplemental material, found at the end of the book, often contains charts, graphs, tables, etc. related to the information of the text.
These are usually found in the book in large or bold print at the beginning of each chapter of the book.
These are the words underneath a photograph, chart, or map explaining what is happening in the picture or illustration.
This type of print is used in texts to make words stand out or appear larger.
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 of the book and some biographical information on the author.
This is the sentence of a paragraph that gives the main idea.
This is a book written about a person by someone else.
This is a book written about a person by that person.
A book that contains information that is not fiction; the information contained is true and real.
A book that contains information that is made up from the author’s imagination.
A type of book in the library including atlases, almanacs, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and thesauruses. These books are not meant to be taken from the library.
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