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Fiction and Easy Reader Call Numbers
Transcript of Fiction and Easy Reader Call Numbers
Every Book has a Call Number
Call numbers are on the book spines.
They help us find books quickly.
Fiction Books (Chapter Books)
The top line of chapter Books have the call number "F"
The "F" stands for Fiction.
A Fiction call number looks like this:
The second line is the first 3 letters of the author's last name. So a Junie B. Jones book by Barbara Park would be in the "P" section, for Park, not in the "J" section for Junie.
A Junie B. Jones call number would look like this:
How would you make a call number for a My Weird School Book by Dan Gutman?
Easy Reader (Picture Books)
The top line of an easy reader, or a picture book is the letter "E".
The E stands for Easy Reader
A picture book call number would look like this:
The second line of a picture book (easy reader) call number is the first three letters of the author's last name. (Just like in chapter books!)
So the call number for the book "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus" by Mo Willems would be:
What would the call number be for the picture book "Yertle the Turtle" by Dr. Seuss?
The books are all arranged in alphabetical order.
"E" - Easy Reader - Picture Books -
Where are they in the library?
"F" - Fiction - Chapter Books - are Where are they in the library?
Find a Book
Try to find a book using a call number!