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Title: Math Module II Review


1
Library Terms
Books
Computer Terms
Genres
Places in the Library
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5
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10
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A book that is not true, a story from the
authors imagination.
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Fiction
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A book that gives facts or information about a
topic
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Nonfiction
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The letters and/or numbers found on thespine
label that can tell us where a book belongs in
the library.
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Call Number
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An index to the library that can tell youwhere a
book is located.
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Computer Catalog
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The system used to arrangenonfiction books.
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Dewey Decimal System
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The person who writes the words in a book.
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Author
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The person who draws the pictures in a book.
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Illustrator
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The name of the book.
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Title
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The outside of the book.
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Cover
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The part between the front cover and the back
cover.
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Spine
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If your book has not been returned on time.
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Overdue
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The date you should return your book.
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Due Date
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The lines the computerreads to check out a book.
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Barcode
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What you should do if your want to check out
your book for a 2nd time.
29
Renew
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The status of a book that has been returned, but
is not on the shelf yet.
31
Shelf Delay
32
A story about a puzzling crime, a number of
clues, and a detective who must come up with a
solution.
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Mystery
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A story that could not possibly happen. It may
have animals that talk, characters that are very
large or very small, or a completely made up
place.
35
Fantasy
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A story that when you read it, it seems like it
could really happen.
37
Realistic Fiction
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A realistic story that takes place at some time
in the past.
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Historical Fiction
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A story that uses a scientific possibility today
to imagine what might happen in the future. It
may involve space travel or a marvelous invention
or discovery.
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Science Fiction
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The place where we check out our books.
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Check Out Desk
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The place we look to find a picture book.
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Easy Section
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The place where we would look for a story that
has chapters and not very many pictures.
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Fiction Section
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Where we return our book if we come to the
library without our class.
49
Book Drop
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Subsidiary Topic 5 Answer 5
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Subsidiary Topic 5 Question 5
52
Final Jeopardy Answer
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Final Jeopardy Question
54
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