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Literary Genres

Learn about the different types of materials you can find in your library

TermDefinitionWhere to find in the Library
Nonfiction Information is factual. Call label contains Dewey number and first 3 letters of the author's last name. (595.75 SOL) Nonfiction
Fiction Information is made up from the author's imagination. Call Label begins with FIC, followed by the first 3 letters of the author's last name. (FIC CLE) Fiction
Biography Contains factual information written about a specific person. Call label begins with 92 followed by the first 3 letters of the subject's last name. (92 KEL) Biography
Autobiography Contains factual information written about oneself. Call label begins with 92 and is followed by the first 3 letters of the author/subject's last name. (92 FOS) Biography
Graphic Novels A work of fiction presented as a comic strip and published as a book. Call label begins with GRA, and is followed by the first 3 letters of the author's last name. (GRA HOL) End of Fiction
Everybody books Short books with many illustrations and a short amount of text. Call label begins with E and is followed by the first 3 letters of the author's last name. (E POL) Everybody
Magazines A publication that comes out frequently that includes many articles, often based on the same theme. Call label begins with MAG and is followed by the first 3 letters of the title. Magazine
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