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The Parts of a Book
The
Outside of
a Book
Front Cover
Title
Title
Spine
Author and
Illustrator
Call
Number
The Inside
of a Book
The End Papers
are heavier paper
glued to the inside
front and back
covers of a hard
back book to make
it sturdier. They
can be plain,
patterned, or
illustrated.
Inside the
Front of a
Book
•The Title Page is at
the beginning of a
book, usually the
second or third
right-hand page.
•The Title Page tells
us the same
information as the
front cover PLUS it
tells us who the
publisher is and
where the
publishing
company is located.
Title
Author and
Illustrator
Publisher
Place of Publication
I Love To
Read
Written and Illustrated
By Ima Reader
Book Maker Inc.
Sandy, Oregon
Inside the
Front of a
Book
•The Copyright
Page is the
reverse or back of
the Title Page.
Sometimes it is
called the Verso
Page.
•It tells us the
year the book was
published and
other publishing
and printing
information.
Year
Copyright
Symbol
В©1999 by Ima Reader
Copyright
Notice
All rights reserved,
including the right of
reproduction in whole
or in part in any form.
Inside the
Front of a
Book
The Dedication Page
usually comes right
before or after the Title
Page. Sometimes the
dedication is added to
the Copyright Page.
The Dedication is where
the author and or
illustrator write a short
statement thanking
someone or a group of
people for their support,
help and inspiration.
To my family who
inspired me and helped
me write this book
I.R.
Inside the
Front of a
Book
Foreword
The Foreward is an
introductory
remark at the
beginning of a book
written by someone
other that the
author. It
introduces or
praises the book.
Throughout the history
of mankind stories
have played a part in
learning at all levels.
This book follows that
tradition.
Susan Wright
September 2004
Inside the
Front of a
Book
The Preface is an
introductory remark
at the beginning of a
book. It explains the
origins and history
of the book written
by the author.
PREFACE
TO THE REVISED
EDITION
The Arbuthnot Anthology
was planned as a source
book for classes in
children’;s literature and as a
collection of materials to be
enjoyed with children in
homes, camps, and school
rooms. It has fulfilled these
purposes so satisfactorily
that a revision was
undertaken only after long
deliberation.
Introductory remarks appear at the
front of the book before the main text.
The following book parts all introduce the
book to the reader:
Foreword, Preface and Introduction.
Inside
the Front
of a Book
Introduction
The Introduction is
a short summary or
explanation of the
book.
People often ask,
“Where do you find
stories?” Stories are
everywhere: in books
and newspapers, in the
movies, in everyday
events, in dreams, in the
minds and mouths of
people, and, above all, in
our own lives.
Inside the
Front of a
Book
The Table of
Contents comes
after the
Dedication Page. It
is a list of the
book’s contents,
arranged in order
by chapters or
sections.
Table of Contents
Books I Love….1
Story Time…….12
Library Time…..20
My Report……..38
Inside the
Front of a
Book
A List of
Illustrations shows
all pictures, charts,
diagrams and maps
with the page
numbers where
they can be found.
Illustrations
My first book
58
Learning to read
62
All grown up
93
Inside the
Main Text of
the Book
The Maps, Charts
and Diagrams in a
nonfiction book
display
information or
data in the form of
pictures, drawings
or outlines.
A Chart
A Map
A Diagram
Inside the
Main Text of
the Book
A Caption is a title,
short explanation,
or description
accompanying an
illustration or a
photograph.
The Taj Mahal in India
Inside the
Main Text
of the Book
Heading
A Heading or
Subheading in Bold
Lettering is a title,
subtitle, or topic that
starts a specific section
of information in the
main text.
Subheading
The Capitol
The Economy
Is diverse and strong
The Port
Inside the
Back of the
Book
The Appendix is a
collection of
important
information and
other resources.
Timeline
FAST FACTS
Official Name
Capitol
Official Language
Inside the
Back of the
Book
Some books have a
Glossary in the back
of the book.
Glossaries are
usually found in
nonfiction books.
The Glossary is an
alphabetical list of
terms found in the
book and their
definitions.
Glossary
adapt (uh-DAPT)-to
change to fit will in a
particular environment
biome (BYE-0hm)-large
regions or areas in the
owrld that have similar
weather, soil, plants and
aanimals
carnivore (KAHR-nuhvor)-An animal that eats
only meat
Inside the
Back of the
Book
The Index is an
alphabetical list in
the back of the
book that lists the
topics found in a
book and what
page numbers the
topics are on.
Index
Alpine tundra, 5
Antlers, 25 ,30
Biome, 5, 41
Blubber, 10, 15
Caribou, 7, 19, 21, 25-31,
43
Inside the
Back of the
Book
The Works Cited
Page or a
Bibliography is a
list of books,
articles and other
resources the
author used in
writing the book.
Works Cited
OR
Bibliography
Canfield J, Hansen MV. Chicken Soup for
the Soul. London: Vermillion, 2000.
Morgan J, Rinvoulcri M. Once Upon a
Time. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 1983.
Pinkola, Estes. C. Women Who Run with
the Wolves. London: Rifer, 1993.
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