Parts of a Book
Where are you in the libirary?
Who is
Who in the library?
What are you reading in the Library?
What are you doing in the Library
100

This is the part of the book that faces out on the shelf.

What is the spine?

100

This is the area where I will find books that rely on illustrations to help tell a story.

Where is the "Everyone" section?

100

This is the person I go to for help in the library.

Who is the librarian, Mrs. Drost?

100

I am reading a factual book about earthquakes.

What is nonfiction?

100

I am reading the series Magic Treehouse.

What is reading for enjoyment?

200

In a non-fiction book, you look here to find the subjects and pages.

What is the table of contents?

200

This is the area where I will find chapter books.

Where is the "Fiction" section?

200

This is the person that writes the words in a book.

Who is the author?

200

I am reading a fiction book about the revolutionary war.

What is historical fiction?

200

I am using this reference book to find out how to spell a word.

What is a dictionary?

300

This is the part of the book that tells us where the book lives on the shelf.

What is the call number or the spine label?

300

This is the area that I would find factual books that are organized by the Dewey Decimal system. 

What is the non-fiction section?

300

This is the person that creates the pictures in a book.

Who is the illustrator?

300

I am reading verses or lyrics that may or may not rhyme.

What is poetry?

300

I am trying to find out what causes volcanoes to erupt.

What is research?

400

This page lists the title, the author, the illustrator and the publishing company.

What is the title page?

400

This computer program helps me find books in the Asbury collection.

What is Destiny Discover?

400

This is who creates the physical book and gets it out on the market to sell.

Who is the publisher?

400

I am reading a fictional story about what life may be like in the future; this story may have time travel, alternate worlds, or alien creatures.

What is science fiction?

400

I am using an atlas.

I am looking for a map.

500

This is the page where I can find out when the book was published.

What is the copyright page?

500

This is where I go to borrow an online book.

What is Overdrive?

500

The librarian who created a system to organize non-fiction books into ten subject groups, listed by numbers.

Who is Melville Dewey?

500

I am reading a non-fiction book about a person's life story.

What is a biography?

500

I am pushing in chairs, putting away books, and picking up scraps of paper.

What is getting ready to leave the library?

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