Class Visit 11/1/10Class Visit 11/1/10
Welcome to the LibraryWelcome to the Library
Teacher: Ms. BonnerTeacher: Ms. Bonner
Librarian: Ms. Correa-RichtermanLibrarian: Ms. Correa-Richterman
HOW TO FIND
IN THE LIBRARY
Print Resources:Print Resources:
Books to search for them go to :
TO DISPLAY THE PAGE CLICK ON:
1. FICTION1. FICTION
When you are looking for a book in the fiction section you must
find out both the TITLE and the AUTHOR. With this information
you can go to FICTION section and look for the book.
Author: Stephanie Meyer
If you look at the side of a book (which is called the book spine)
you will see a white sticker. The top will say FIC or just F
letting you know it is fiction. The bottom will say the first three
letters of the author’s last name.
2. NON-FICTION2. NON-FICTION
Books in the NON-FICTION Section will have a NUMBER and the
first three letters of the AUTHOR’S LAST NAME on the book’s
Example: Title: Anxiety and panic attack
Author: Judith Levin
Books located in the NON-FICTION section are organized by the
Dewey Decimal System
000-099= Generalities 500-599= Natural Sciences
100-199= Philosophy & Psychology 600-699= Technology
200-299= Religion & Mythology 700-799= Arts
300-399= Social Studies 800-899= Literature
400-499= Languages 900-999= Geography & History
3. BIOGRAPHY3. BIOGRAPHY
This collection is represented by the Letter B,
following by the last name of the person who
the biography is about.
Title: Michelle Obama: An America Story.
Author: David Colbert
In the library collection we will find this
information as following:
4. REFERENCE4. REFERENCE
These are materials that can be use only in
the library. You can read and make copies
of these materials, but never borrow them.
On the shelf you find the letter R
designated to this kind of materials.
They are organized in the same form as the
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