1. Take one book at a time 2. Decide if it is: E = Easy Reader Y= Young Adult Esp = Spanish T=...
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Slide 2 Slide 3 1. Take one book at a time 2. Decide if it is: E = Easy Reader Y= Young Adult Esp = Spanish T= Topic J= Junior O= Oversized Based on Pierce County Library System www.piercecountylibrary.org www.piercecountylibrary.org Slightly different from what they were using (i.e.- n=knowledge (t=topic), esp=Spanish), added O= oversized 3. Then type in Excel the letter and the first three letters of the authors last name and title of the book Ex: J-Cle Ramona and Her Mom Slide 4 Organize your Excel sheet Copy to Word or print from Excel Cut out each label and tape on books Ex: Ramona and Her Mother by Beverly Clearly Label it: J-Cle Ramona and Her Mom Slide 5 Put books in order of letter category ex: (E, Y, R, Esp, T, J) Organize each book in alphabetical order within each category Helpful Hint: Put easy reader books on the bottom shelves for easier access Slide 6 This should be tailored to your site Our kids live on site so we include: Name, Room number, book checked out, date, and when they return the book they put a check in the end box Checkout List Columns: Name & Room #, Book, Todays Date, and Returned (please check) Slide 7 Our book inventory is saved on a shared drive If the kids need a specific book they/we can look on the computer to see if we have it. Slide 8 Post signs Get the word out Continue to add more books to your library Slide 9 The End