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Parts of a Book

This prezi is designed to be used with 2nd-3rd grade students. It introduces 5 parts of a book: cover, spine, title page, table of contents and glossary.

Stacy King

on 26 July 2013

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Parts of a Book
title page
table of contents
Parts of a Book
Parts of a Book
Stacy King
IDT 7064

The purpose of this presentation is to instruct third grade students how to identify the parts of a book.
This resource is a journey through all parts of a book, beginning with the outside and journeying inside through all the pages of a book.
On the front cover you will find important
information like the title of the book, the author and the illustrator.
The cover of a book protects the pages inside.
Cover of Book
Meet Chip Kidd, a book cover designer, in this video:



Title Page
Check your understanding of a
title page with this quiz:
Table of Contents
The table of contents tells the reader what is in the book
and what page the information is on.
A glossary is an alphabetical listing of bold words and their meanings. Click on video below for a tutorial on using a glossary.
The glossary can be
found in the back of
a book.
Check this out
To complete your journey through the parts of a book, visit

to take a quiz and play a game.
Most people are attracted to a book because of its cover. They seldom consider the spine. Without the spine,
books could not stand on shelves.
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