Exploring the Library

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Gareth Stevens, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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At last! Here is a book that delivers the goods on using and enjoying the full complement of services a library has to offer, from books and periodicals to a host of online resources, audiovisual materials, and other print and computer-based resources. Young readers will learn about card catalog and online catalog entries and will find out about using print reference materials and borrowed books at home. They will discover the difference between a reference librarian and a school librarian, cataloger, online specialist, and bibliographer. Readers will also learn about good library behavior. But most of all, they will learn how to enjoy their school and local libraries to the fullest.

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About the author (2001)

Alice Flanagan has written more than 100 titles for children and teachers. Her books include holidays, phonics for beginning readers, career guidance, biographies of U.S. presidents and first ladies, and informational books about famous people and events in American history. Ms. Flanagan lives with her husband in Chicago, Illinois. As a writer/photographer team, they have published several books together. Their travels have taken them to many beautiful places and brought them many lifelong friends.

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