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Sections of the library Sections of the library Presentation Transcript

  • Sections of the Library
    Kathleen Reis September 2010
  • This is the Circulation Desk.
    This is where you check out and return books.
  • This is the Fiction section.
    Fiction books are imaginary stories invented by the author. Some examples of fiction books are mysteries, fantasies, science fiction and historical fiction.
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  • This is the Non-fiction section.
    Non-fiction books are books that are written about a subject that state true facts.
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  • This is the Everybody section.
    Everybody books are picture books that everybody can read and enjoy.
  • This is the Beginning Reader section.
    These books are great for students that are just beginning to read.
  • This is the Biography section.
    These books are true stories about real people.
  • This is the Reference section.
    Books like an atlas, dictionary, encyclopedia and handbook can be found in the reference section.
  • This is the Magazine section.
    You can check out magazines from this section.
  • These are the computers.
    You can look up and find out what section of the library the book that you are looking for is located.