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Library Resources Outlined

HOW IS YOUR LIBRARY ORGANIZED?

 

Woksape Tipi uses the DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM.

Woksape Tipi’s physical layout is organized into:

Ø Non-Fiction – Fact-based work

Ø  Fiction – Invented work, can be based on fact

Ø Reference - Core of library collection

 

Wakanyeja (Children) Collection

 is organized into three main sections:

Ø Everybody – Storybooks, more pictures, less words

Ø Fiction – more words, less pictures

Ø  Non-Fiction – All about topics, biographies, crafts, etc.

 

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