Dale Brown, Dan Brown, Jill Conner Browne, Marie Browning, Rita Mae Brown, Sandra Brown
Dan Brown, Dale Brown, Sandra Brown, Marie Browning, Jill Conner Browne, Rita Mae Brown
Dale Brown, Dan Brown, Rita Mae Brown, Sandra Brown, Jill Conner Browne, Marie Browning
It doesn't matter since the labels will all say BROWN.
3rd Degree The Big Bad Wolf I, Alex Cross Mary, Mary Violets are Blue Worst Case You've Been Warned
I, Alex Cross Mary, Mary The Big Bad Wolf Worst Case Violets are Blue You've Been Warned 3rd Degree
I, Alex Cross The Big Bad Wolf Mary, Mary Third Degree Worst Case Violets are Blue You've Been Warned
It doesn't matter since they are all by the same author. As long as they are on the same shelf.
Non-Fiction is not real. They are all made up.
Fiction is not real and Non-Fiction is real
Fiction books are only found in the children's room.
You can only find Non-Fiction books in the Adult areas.
Easy: Materials geared to non-reading children to emerging new readers. Birth -1st grade
Juvenile: Material geared to elementry school students who can read on their own. 2nd grade - 5th grade
Teen: Material geared to middle school students. 6th grade - 9th grade
Adult: Material geared for high school students and adults of all ages. 9th grade and up
There is no difference in the spine label. Everything is shelved alphabetically by the author's last name.
Non Fiction books will have NF above the author's name.
Non Fiction books are filed using the Dewey Decimal System and will have a group of numbers above the author's last name.
Non Fiction books are filed using the Dewey Decimal System and will have a group of numbers above the subject of the book.