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Library Shelving Test

7 Questions  I  By Kaliaga
Library Shelving Test
The following questions will test your knowledge of basic library shelving.

  
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1.  Spine labels have no more than 5 letters on them.  In some cases an author's name is longer than 5 letters and some spine labels will look the same even if the author's names are different. Look at the following list and pick the correct order of the following authors:Sandra Brown, Marie Browning, Dan Brown, Jill Conner Browne, Rita Mae Brown, Dale Brown
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2.  Some authors write many books every year or have long running series.  In the next question the following titles are all written by James Patterson.  In what order would they be put on the shelf. "Mary, Mary""3rd Degree""I, Alex Cross""The Big Bad Wolf""You've Been Warned" "Violets are Blue""Worst Case"
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3.  True or FalseFiction Spine Labels may sometimes have one of the following printed above the author's name:TEENLTCDEJThese are not important when shelving.  They are only printed to give information to library staff
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4.  What is the differnce between Fiction and Non Fiction?
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5.  Which of the following age ranges have both a Fiction section and a Non-Fiction section?
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6.  Some materials have genre labels included on the spine in addition to the standard spine label.  These labels are very important because they tell customers and staff what genre area the material should be shelved in.
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7.  How can you tell the difference between a Fiction and Non-Fiction book just by looking at the spine label?
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