NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels

NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
NoSweat Library Fiction Subjects (genre) Signs, Shelf Labels & Book Labels
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Minimize the time it takes students to find something they want to read by identifying your Fiction books by Subject.

This colorful package contains bookcase signs for 16 common fiction book Subjects in both horizontal and vertical PDF files, 5 color coordinated PDF pages of shelf Labels, and 22 PDF pages of Subject spine Labels, (including 6 Multicultural labels) all coordinated for you to use in your Fiction area.

The sheets of 1” x 3/4” book labels are formatted to print on Demco Item#WM14217700 Spine Label Processing sheets, and the sheets of shelf labels are formatted to print on Avery #8066 or 8366 1/3 Cut File Folder Label sheets, available at any office supply store. Signs fit on 8-1/2” x 11” letter-size paper, and if you laminate them they are very durable.

NOTE: I use the term Subject, not genre, so I don't confuse students: ELA uses genre for types of literature (narrative, expository, poetry, drama), not kinds of stories. We search the online catalog for a kind of story by Subject, whose entries are in the Subject field of the MARC record, derived from LOC Subject Headings. Library stores call them Subject Classification Labels. And, don't we refer to the main sections of DDC as Subjects? Read more about why using Subjects is better for students in my blog post "Looking Back @ Terminology for Fiction Stories."

**This package is also part of my NoSweat Library Management Bundle - Documents & Signage.

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