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Gr 4 Borrowing Books

Terms to know for organizing and finding books in the library

What is an "eBook"? An electronic book that can be read on a device such as a Kindle, Nook, iPad, computer, etc...
A NUMBER is the first part of a call # for which type of book - easy picture book, fiction chapter book or non-fiction book? Nonfiction book. Remember number and nonfiction both begin with the letter "n".
What do you call a book you can read on your computer (or any device)? An eBook
Name at least three types of searches in basic search in the online catalog. Example: "Series" is one type of search. Keyword, author, title, or subject
"1 of 2 available" indicates what about a book in the online catalog? One book is on the shelf.
What would be the call # for an easy picture book by Mo Willems? E WIL
What is the most important piece of information you need in order to find a book on the shelf in the library? Call # (Number)
Does the Call # always have a number in it? No, only call #s for NONFICTION books begin with a number.
What does it mean to renew a book? To borrow the book again
What is a call # (number)? The address of the book in the library
Does a call # (number) always have a number in it? No - only NONFICTION call #s (numbers) begin with a number.
How are non-fiction books arranged? by subject
What Dewey Decimal System category includes biographies? History and geography (900s)
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