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Parts of a Book: Grades K-2

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Parts of a Book: Grades K-2

  1. 1. Let’s Talk About Books!
  2. 2. Just like people, books have very important “parts”!
  3. 3. Just like you have skin to protect the parts inside you… A book has a part that protects it too!
  4. 4. It’s called a COVER! The book’s COVER is the outside part of the book!
  5. 5. All books have a FRONT COVER and a BACK COVER.
  6. 6. The FRONT COVER and the BACK COVER work together to keep the book safe.
  7. 7. The FRONT COVER has important information on it.
  8. 8. Like the TITLE of the book!
  9. 9. The TITLE is the book’s name. It almost always appears near the TOP of the book’s cover. TITLE: The Very Hungry Caterpillar
  10. 10. The TITLE of a book can help you predict or guess what the book will be about. TITLE: The Very Hungry Caterpillar
  11. 11. What do you think this book is about?
  12. 12. This book is about a caterpillar. We can tell because the word caterpillar is in the book’s TITLE.
  13. 13. There is also a picture of a caterpillar on the cover of the book.
  14. 14. The COVER of a book also has the name of the AUTHOR on it.
  15. 15. The AUTHOR is the person who wrote the book.
  16. 16. The AUTHOR’S name usually appears somewhere below the book’s TITLE or near the bottom of the book.
  17. 17. “Green Eggs and Ham” was written by Dr. Seuss! He is the AUTHOR!
  18. 18. Sometimes the cover of a book will also have the name of the person who drew the pictures in the book.
  19. 19. The person who draws the pictures is called the ILLUSTRATOR.
  20. 20. The ILLUSTRATOR of this book is Felicia Bond.
  21. 21. Who do you think Laura Numeroff is?
  22. 22. Laura Numeroff is the AUTHOR. She wrote “If You Take A Mouse To School.”
  23. 23. Sometimes the same person writes the story and draws the pictures. They are both the AUTHOR and ILLUSTRATOR! Maurice Sendak wrote “Where the Wild Things Are” and drew the pictures!
  24. 24. What is the TITLE of this book?
  25. 25. Is it: Yummy My Favourite Nursery Stories Or Lucy Cousins?
  26. 26. The TITLE of this book is: Yummy My Favourite Nursery Stories
  27. 27. The TITLE of this book is: Yummy My Favourite Nursery Stories Lucy Cousins is the AUTHOR.
  28. 28. Another important part of a book is the SPINE.
  29. 29. The SPINE of a book connects the FRONT COVER to the BACK COVER .
  30. 30. You have a SPINE too! Your SPINE is very strong. It keeps your body straight and holds you up!
  31. 31. A book’s SPINE works the same way. It holds the book together.
  32. 32. But a book’s SPINE is not as strong as your SPINE! It can get damaged if you drop the book, or don’t handle it with care.
  33. 33. The SPINE of a book also has important information on it!
  34. 34. Like the TITLE of the book!
  35. 35. And the name of the AUTHOR!
  36. 36. And if it’s a library book, the SPINE will have a special label on it called a CALL NUMBER!
  37. 37. A CALL NUMBER is the address of the book. It tells you exactly where the book lives on the shelf!
  38. 38. Just like your address tells everyone what house you live in on your street. 235
  39. 39. You will learn more about CALL NUMBERS when you get older!
  40. 40. ??? WHAT TO REMEMBER ??? For now, all you need to know about CALL NUMBERS is that they are on the spine of library books.
  41. 41. So always make sure when you put a book back on the shelf…. The SPINE of the book is facing you!
  42. 42. So you can see…. The CALL NUMBER
  43. 43. So you can see…. TITLE of the book The CALL NUMBER
  44. 44. So you can see…. And the name of TITLE the of the AUTHOR. book The CALL NUMBER
  45. 45. Now you know all about the important parts on the OUTSIDE of a book.
  46. 46. There are important parts inside a book, too. But we will save that for another day!
  47. 47. SPINES OUT!

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