The ABC'S of the Library by Mrs.  Grove's Class
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The ABC'S of the Library by Mrs.  Grove's Class The ABC'S of the Library by Mrs. Grove's Class Presentation Transcript

  • The ABC’s of the Library
  • A is for author who does the words. By Kaitlyn Echard
  • B is for biography books. By Megan Detty
  • C is for computer . By Macy Graham
  • D is for don’t eat with your books. By Donavin Baker
  • E is for easy books. By Ella Potter
  • F is for fiction books like Humpty Dumpty. By Gavin Jones
  • G is for genres, different types of books. By Scott McGraw
  • H is for handle your books with care. By Hunter Fuller
  • I is for illustrators who make the pictures in books. By Mason Stanley
  • J is for jacket cover. By Jaiden Cain
  • K is for keep your books safe from little sisters. By Keegan Sparks
  • L is for listen in the library. By Lennon Beaver
  • M is for magazines. By Johanna Crawford
  • N is for nonfiction books. By Whitney Noe
  • O is for overdue books and magazines. By Jaden Cain
  • P is for put your books up in a safe place where only mom can reach them. By Hayli McClure
  • Q is for quiet in the library. By Scott McGraw
  • R is for return your books on time.
    • By Dylan Rider
  • S is for shelf marker to keep your place.
    • By Scott McGraw
  • T is for title page.
    • By TreAuna Kuntz
  • U is for using books are fun.
    • By Brayden Stotridge
  • V is for videos.
    • By Jeffery Wright
  • W is for wordless books.
    • By Shailen Miller
  • X is for x-ray.
    • By Aricin Helmick
  • Y is for you can be anything when you read.
    • By Ella Potter
  • Z is for zebra.
    • By Conner Leach