Joyce W. Bullock
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How do you classify a children'2 book that the content is fiction but one Bible verse is used as reference? Example: My princesses learn to be brave; the reference verse is Esther 4:14. Is it…Continue

Started this Q&A. Last reply by Linda S Jan 1.

 

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Joyce W. Bullock commented on the event 'North Carolina Church Library Ministry Workshop'
"Thanks for responding Morlee. I was asking about courses for preparing history on the EQUIP at CLN. We have not had a historian at our church for about 10 years now."
Jun 14
Joyce W. Bullock commented on the event 'North Carolina Church Library Ministry Workshop'
"Would it be possible to have an on-line class Preparing History for Your Church and Library?"
Jun 7
Linda S replied to the discussion 'classification'
"Excellent idea! "
Jan 1
Charles Campbell replied to the discussion 'classification'
"If you have an electronic library catalog, you could also include the verse in a comment or “tag” so that the book would come up in a catalog search for that verse."
Dec 18, 2017
Linda S replied to the discussion 'classification'
"Just wanted to add in that we do the same.  I have a section for "Teachings"  (Christian Doctrine). If they explain how to become a Christian or what being a Christian means, for instance, than I will place it in the…"
Dec 15, 2017
Joyce W. Bullock replied to the discussion 'classification'
"Thank you! That is how I have been classifying them . So I have been doing it right."
Dec 13, 2017
Jeannie Trapnell replied to the discussion 'classification'
"Joyce, I classify books like this under fiction (CE).  Though they do include Bible truths, for me they don't contain enough accurate Biblical facts to merit a non-fiction classification.  Jeannie"
Dec 13, 2017
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How do you classify a children'2 book that the content is fiction but one Bible verse is used as reference? Example: My princesses learn to be brave; the reference verse is Esther 4:14. Is it classified as fiction (CE) or would use C and a dewey number? What dewey number would you use?See More
Dec 13, 2017
Joyce W. Bullock commented on the blog post 'How to Catalogue the Church Library'
"How would you catalog a children's book R.J. fright kicks away her fears: A Story about trust, published by Tydale. It is a Prayer Monsters series. It is fiction but it references Philippians 4:6-7. Would you use CE for fiction or C and a dewey…"
Dec 11, 2017

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