2 edition of How to use the American School Library found in the catalog.
How to use the American School Library
Ione Marion Kidder
|LC Classifications||Z740.M6435 K5|
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|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||50047909|
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Follett, which provides e-book content to 65, K–12 schools in the U.S., has seen increasing demand from its customers as well. Nader Qaimari, senior v-p of content solutions and services in.Break students into groups of four or five. Ask students to find books with a specific call number and bring them to you for a small prize.
Teach kids how to use the library catalog. Whether your school library uses an automated system or the old-fashioned card catalog, your students need to learn how to use it to locate books in the library.