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Book Basics Library Locators Call Numbers and More Research
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What is an author?
The person who writes the story or book.
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What is Alexandria?
The name of the library's online catalog.
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What is a nonfiction book?
A book whose call number includes a number.
100
What are reference sources?
Resources that can be used for research.
200
What is an illustrator?
The person who draws the pictures in a book.
200
What is the spine label?
The sticker on the spine of the book that tells you the where to find the book in the library.
200
What is a fiction book?
A books whose call number includes the neighborhoods "E", "JF", or "F"
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What are types of reference sources?
Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, and Atlases
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What is a nonfiction book?
A book about a real person, place or thing.
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What are types of Alexandria searches?
Title, Author, Subject.
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What is the Dewey Decimal System?
The system of organizing nonfiction books by subject.
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What are ways to get information for research?
Reference books, nonfiction books, and online databases.
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What is a fiction book?
A book that comes from the author's imagination.
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What is the best way to find a book in the library?
Look it up in Alexandria!
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What is the Title Page?
The page in a book that says the title, the author's name, the publishing company, and the copyright date.
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What are notetaking tips?
Use bullet points, use your own words, and include important details.
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What is a biography?
A true book about a person's life.
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What are two things you need to find a book on the library shelves?
The call number and the title of the book.
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What is "B"?
The first part of a Biography call number
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What is a bibliography?
Shows my teacher where I got my information from and gives credit to the author.




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