Parts of a book

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Parts of a book

  1. 1. Parts of a Book Power Point by Zinnia Garcia-Bayardo, Adapted from: http://www.emerson.k12.nj.us/staff/rmkelly/custom/mediacenter/Kids%20Corner/BookParts/BooksParts.html
  2. 2. What is a Book? A book is pages, pictures, and words A book is animals, people, and birds; A book is stories of queens and kings, Poems, and songs - so many things! Curled in a corner where I can hide, With a book I can journey far and wide. Though it's only paper from end to end, A book is a very special friend. By Lora Dunetz
  3. 3. Let's explore the parts of a book. Click on each of the pictures below to learn more about that part of the book.
  4. 4. Who Am I? Do you know the parts of a book? Play Who Am I and see! Answer the questions about the parts of a book. Hint: The word list has all the words you will need.
  5. 5. I hold the book together. I also tell you the book's title, author, publisher and call number . Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  6. 6. Yea! You got it!
  7. 7. Oh, no! Try Again!
  8. 8. I tell you where you will find the book in the library. Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  9. 9. Yea! You got it!
  10. 10. Oh, no! Try Again!
  11. 11. I am the person who wrote the book. Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  12. 12. Yea! You got it!
  13. 13. Oh, no! Try Again!
  14. 14. I am the person who drew the pictures for the book. Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  15. 15. Yea! You got it!
  16. 16. Oh, no! Try Again!
  17. 17. I am the company that makes the book. Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  18. 18. Yea! You got it!
  19. 19. Oh, no! Try Again!
  20. 20. I protect the pages in the book. I also tell you the title of the book. Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  21. 21. Yea! You got it!
  22. 22. Oh, no! Try Again!
  23. 23. I am the first page of the book. I tell you the name of the book, the author and the illustrator. I also tell you who published the book. Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  24. 24. Yea! You got it!
  25. 25. Oh, no! Try Again!
  26. 26. I am the name of the book. Who am I? Word List Cover Illustrator Author Publisher Title Call Number Spine Title Page
  27. 27. Yea! You got it!
  28. 28. Oh, no! Try Again!
  29. 29. Spine The spine of a book holds it together. On the spine you will find the title of the book, the author's name , the call number , and the name of the publishing company . Title This is the name of the book. Author This is the name of the person who wrote the book. Call Number This number tells you where the book can be found in the library. Publishing Company This is the company that makes the book after it has been written and illustrated.
  30. 30. Title Page The title page is the first page in the book. It tells you the title of the book, who wrote it (the author ) and who drew the pictures (the illustrator ). It also tells you who published the book. Title This is the name of the book. Author This is the person who wrote the book. Illustrator This is the person who drew the illustrations or pictures. Publishing Company This is the company that makes the book after it has been written and illustrated.
  31. 31. Cover The cover of the book protects its pages. It also tells you the title of the book and the name of the author . Title This is the name of the book. Author This is the name of the person who wrote the book.
  32. 32. Call Number The call number is a group of numbers or letters that tells you where to find the book in the library. It may have numbers or letters. It may even have both numbers and letters.
  33. 33. Great Job!! You really do know the parts of a book! Maybe you should become a librarian when you grow up!

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