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Bored Bella Learns About Fiction and Nonfiction
This title covers these subjects: Library resources., Libraries., Children -- Books and reading.
Bored Bella Learns About Fiction and Nonfiction
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Bored Bella Learns About Fiction and Nonfiction

Bored Bella thinks books are boring. When her class takes a trip to the library, Bella isn’t thrilled. Join Ms. Paige Turner as she introduces fiction and nonfiction books to Bella and her class.

 
Dewey808.3071
  
Reading LevelGrades K-4
Interest LevelGrades K-4
GRLO
Lexile LevelAD 570L
ATOS Level3.8
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #134451
Early Intervention Level25
  
  
ISBN978-1-4048-5758-2
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2010
  
Page Dimensions10" x 10"
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $26.65 School/Library Price
$19.99
 


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Book Links - Mary Northrup, Reference Librarian

"In the Library, a new series published earlier this year, is a four-book set written by Sandy Donovan and illustrated by several different artists. Titles include Bob the Alien Discovers the Dewey Decimal System, Bored Bella Learns about Fiction and Nonfiction, Karl and Carolina Uncover the Parts of a Book, and Pingpong Perry Experiences How a Book is Made. Each picture book whimsically describes library basics through a lighthearted story and features a glossary and list of additional reading.”" - Book Links

March 1, 2010

School Library Journal - Grace Oliff, Ann Blanche Smith School, Hillsdale, NJ

"These attractive volumes will be a boon to librarians seeking fresh material to use when introducing library basics. Each book couches the relevant information within the framework of a story, adding significant interest to what is otherwise potentially dry material. In Bob, Alison Wonderland introduces an interplanetary visitor to standard library organization. The text is clear and logical and punctuated by Bob’s amusing observations. Bored Bella compares and contrasts fiction and nonfiction as the librarian (Ms. Paige Turner) slowly but surely captures the child’s attention. Pingpong Perry follows the path of a book from the initial inspiration to the publicity that follows publication. Karl and Carolina examines the various components of a book on dinosaurs. The brightly colored, digitally rendered illustrations feature a multiethnic cast of characters and have plenty of kid appeal." - School Library Journal

April 1, 2010

SWON Libraries Consortium - Pamela Healy, Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton Co.

"The story gives good examples of fiction and nonfiction and how books about a subject could be both, depending on the purpose, which is in the description of the book. Call numbers are explained and it gives further information and a glossary. It is helpful for library units." - SWON Libraries Consortium

December 11, 2012

 
Sandy Donovan

Sandy Donovan

Sandy Donovan has written more than two dozen books for kids and teens. She also writes for newspapers, magazines, and Websites. Her book The Channel Tunnel was a Minnesota Book Award finalist.

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