○ Learn the layout of your library. Where are the Fiction, Non-Fiction, Easy, Reference books are located.
○ Learn to use the 10 classes of the Dewey Decimal System. There is always a label some where hanged around to remind you which class is what.
○ Learn how to use your Library Internet Database. Explore which book you would like to read.
○ Read the summary at the back, flap and occasionally, there’s a mini catalog card which includes the subject of what’s in that book.
○ Skim the text and look through the illustration, if you’re into that sort of book. Does it match your interests? For the young-ins, I suggest having an adult around to read and enjoy reading with you.
○ Look at your fellow classmates and peers on what they are reading or returning. Ask if they would recommend the book to you or suggest another book of interests.
○ Ask a librarian or your teacher to try one of the books or authors they has incorporated into a lesson. They could also make suggestions based on what you like in particular.
○ Try checking out the books mentioned in the books you read or any sort of media, or your adults.
○ Check out the bestseller lists or any sort of book lists.
○ Browse through the shelves. Something (usually the cover or titles) may catch your eyes.
○ Be curious. Adventurous. Try reading books of that are different from your usual taste.
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