adair elwing
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Started this Q&A. Last reply by Linda S Dec 10.

 

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adair elwing replied to the discussion 'Picture books - how to catalogue'
"Non-fiction are books that are factual life of butterfly, counting or ABC books, books about real places and so forth. Bible related stories are in Biblical order Gen-Rev  with Old Testament stories labeled OT and New Testament one NT. Each…"
Dec 10
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'Picture books - how to catalogue'
"We based ours on the AR book levels and did CF for childrens fiction, MF for for middle readers and YF for youth  We also put the AR on the spine level and wrote the book level and points on the inside to make it easy for the kids and their…"
Dec 10
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'Please Talk Biographies . . . call numbers and groupings'
"All of our bios are together If it is one person it is AB MOO for adults biography Lottie Moon. If it is a collection of Bios then it is A 920 and the authors name these are shelved right next to the others on their own shelf. Same is true for the…"
Dec 10
Linda S replied to the discussion 'classifcation'
"My take on this, although a bit late . . .  When looking it up on worldcat.org, the subject listing includes "upside-down book" and "children's poetry". In our library I would most likely place it in our section of…"
Dec 10
Debbie Dehart replied to the discussion 'classifcation'
"For picture books, we use the designation JE (my public library uses it; I think it means Juvenile Easy, or something like that).  If you are putting it in the elementary kids' area, I'd probably use J FIC, which is how we designate…"
Nov 28
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Nov 25
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'How to treat & label fiction books containing a story collection?'
"I use Sears (it is an old one 19th ed. but figured that's what I started with ) to help with the non-fiction and because we are small I only use 3 digits so might have A  242 LUC which would be an adult book on prayer by Max Lucado I also…"
Mar 30
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'How to organize/classify fiction?'
"There is suspense and mystery,  romance and sports I think Sci-Fi would work better than  futuristic and would cover thing because not all sci-fi is futuristic Might want to make Amish their own category But the problem I see with that is…"
Mar 29
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'Other Formats Such as DVD'
"We put DVD, study guide, book all together in a plastic bag and label as a kit but found they are seldom reused so have been donating them to the library at our Church Association  office where some 60 churches (including us) generally call to…"
Mar 29
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'CD Disc Holder(s) for Books on CD'
"We add AB to the spine label of books on cd and they are kept near the movies but have their own shelves non fiction and fiction  As for storage the cases from the library supply store can get pricey but I found zippered cd cases at the $1…"
Mar 29
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'How to treat & label fiction books containing a story collection?'
"Lets say the story collection is adult fiction then it would be AF the 1st three letters of the last name of the writer of the 1st story then we put SC on the third line  Right now simply because I like to move things around they are all…"
Mar 29
adair elwing replied to the discussion 'Appropriate books 3/4 grade readers'
"As a parent and grandparent of kids whose reading level was/is way beyond their grade levels I let them chose what they want things that 'go over their heads' are sometimes questioned but generally ignored. I also know this on a personal…"
Oct 21, 2017

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We played on the VBS theme used maps to decorate the idea being that they read out of each 'group' (fiction, 100s, 200s,...) with a round prize for each (glo-stick, pencil,  ball...) and they put a sticker on a world map for each book Both our regular church kids and the day-care kids are enjoying I did not even think about asking the adults to join us

Posted on June 23, 2015 at 5:53pm

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At 7:40pm on September 15, 2015, Carol A Gilmore said…

Adair,  I have an extremely busy week this week.  We have almost 100 reservations coming to Paris Day, our first homeschool event this school year.  That is Thursday and it will take us all day Friday to pack up and clean up.  Maybe next week I could get with you.  I work Monday and Wednesday afternoons at nursing home and at library some Tuesdays and every Thursday.  Talk to you later.  Carol Gilmore

At 12:03pm on September 26, 2014, Janet Estridge said…

Hi Adair!

Welcome to the Church Librarian's Network! This is a great place for Church Librarian's to meet and greet one another.

Janet.

 
 
 

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