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EPES Library

Library Vocabulary Words

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Person who writes a book. Author
The name of a book. Title
Books with made-up stories. Fiction
The edge of a book, where you can see the book's title. Spine
A book with words in ABC order and their definitions. Dictionary
Books about things that are true. Nonfiction
Words at the top of a dictionary page, telling you what words are on that page. Guide Words
The page in a book with the title, author, and illustrator. Title Page
The "address" for a book, which tells where the book can be found in the library. Call Number
The person who draws the pictures for a book. Illustrator
The company that makes a book. Publisher
A book full of maps. Atlas
A book of synonyms and antonyms. Thesaurus
A book about a person's life, written by another person. Biography
A book a person writes about his or her own life. Autobiography
The section of the library with encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauruses, atlases, and almanacs. Reference
A book with many lists of facts, published every year. Almanac
A set of books in ABC order with general information on people, places, and things. Encyclopedia
The section in the back of a nonfiction book that tells you where to find information. Index
The section in the front of a book that tells you the names of the chapters and what page they start. Table of Contents
The section in the back of a nonfiction book that gives you definitions of vocabulary words in the book. Glossary
When a book is published, look for the symbol of a c in a circle. Copyright year
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