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Welcome to your library!
What can you find at   the library?             Fiction books             Non-fiction books             Reference           ...
Whats the difference between  fiction and non-fiction?
Fiction: about imaginary events and peopleNon-fiction: writing that is based on facts, realevents, and real people (also in...
How much stuff does the library have?
18,059 items!
How much of that is non-fiction?
5015 (about 28%), not counting biographies
How to check out library        material                Books and                magazines: 3                weeks, 15¢/da...
Take care of library      books!
Take care of library      books!           Keep them dry and clean           Keep them away from           pets           ...
Be kind! In the library
Be kind! In the library                Use inside voices                Don’t run                Return or renew          ...
Using the computers              Catalog search              only              Patron 1 - 6
Finding your book                SectionsE = Easy (Children’s Library)J = JuniorY = Young AdultGN = Graphic NovelR = Refer...
Call NumbersYF JON Ent 2010Section Author Title YearJ 621.8 L283d 2011Section Dewey Cutter No. Year
Browsing with Dewey          000s: Computer Science, information,          and general works          100s: Philosophy and...
Browsing with Dewey        000s
Browsing with Dewey        100s
Browsing with Dewey        200s
Browsing with Dewey        300s
Browsing with Dewey        400s
Browsing with Dewey        500s
Browsing with Dewey        600s
Browsing with Dewey        700s
Browsing with Dewey        800s
Browsing with Dewey        900s
Research   http://www.smithtonpl.org/researchEncyclopedia BritannicaAcademic JournalsPopular magazine indexEnvironmentHeal...
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    1. 1. Welcome to your library!
    2. 2. What can you find at the library? Fiction books Non-fiction books Reference Magazines Newspapers Music Movies
    3. 3. Whats the difference between fiction and non-fiction?
    4. 4. Fiction: about imaginary events and peopleNon-fiction: writing that is based on facts, realevents, and real people (also includes literature)
    5. 5. How much stuff does the library have?
    6. 6. 18,059 items!
    7. 7. How much of that is non-fiction?
    8. 8. 5015 (about 28%), not counting biographies
    9. 9. How to check out library material Books and magazines: 3 weeks, 15¢/day late fee Videos: 1 week, $1/day late fee Music: 1 week, 50¢/day late fee
    10. 10. Take care of library books!
    11. 11. Take care of library books! Keep them dry and clean Keep them away from pets Treat them gently Keep discs in their case when not in use Keep discs cool
    12. 12. Be kind! In the library
    13. 13. Be kind! In the library Use inside voices Don’t run Return or renew items on time Always be polite Ask for help if you need it!
    14. 14. Using the computers Catalog search only Patron 1 - 6
    15. 15. Finding your book SectionsE = Easy (Children’s Library)J = JuniorY = Young AdultGN = Graphic NovelR = Reference
    16. 16. Call NumbersYF JON Ent 2010Section Author Title YearJ 621.8 L283d 2011Section Dewey Cutter No. Year
    17. 17. Browsing with Dewey 000s: Computer Science, information, and general works 100s: Philosophy and Psychology 200s: Religion 300s: Social Science 400s: Language 500s: Science 600s: Technology and applied science 700s: Arts and recreation 800s: Literature 900s: History
    18. 18. Browsing with Dewey 000s
    19. 19. Browsing with Dewey 100s
    20. 20. Browsing with Dewey 200s
    21. 21. Browsing with Dewey 300s
    22. 22. Browsing with Dewey 400s
    23. 23. Browsing with Dewey 500s
    24. 24. Browsing with Dewey 600s
    25. 25. Browsing with Dewey 700s
    26. 26. Browsing with Dewey 800s
    27. 27. Browsing with Dewey 900s
    28. 28. Research http://www.smithtonpl.org/researchEncyclopedia BritannicaAcademic JournalsPopular magazine indexEnvironmentHealth and WellnessCitation guidelines
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