Comprehension: GOING TO THE LIBRARY
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The library is a great place to visit for help with school work, and for fun. You can go to your library, and there will always be someone there to help you find what you want. That someone is a librarian.
You can ask your librarian to help you find books about any subject that interests you. Libraries have books about everything from airplanes to zebras. If you like to read fiction, your librarian can suggest adventure books, fantasy books and much more.
If you are having a hard time finding an answer to a question, ask your librarian to help you find the answer. Your librarian can help you locate information in magazines and newspaper articles, and on the computer.
Libraries are also a great place to go if you want a quiet place to read or study. They have areas with cozy chairs where you can curl up and read a book. They also have tables and chairs where you can work on school reports.
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- Who helps you find what you want at a library?
- What types of fictional books do libraries have?
- Where will your librarian help you locate information?
- Where can you sit to read in a library?
- What should you do when you are having a hard time finding an answer to a question?
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