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Basic Reader Non-Fiction: Home

Fiction or Non-Fiction?

Searched for a book and not sure whether it is non-fiction?

Fiction: written stories about people and events that are not real; literature that tells stories which are imagined by the writer

In the Las Positas College Catalog, basic reader fiction titles have call numbers beginning with PZ

Non-fiction: writing that is about facts or real events; all writing that is not fiction

In the Las Positas College Catalog, Non-fiction books are shelved under many different call numbers.

(definitions from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary)

Basic Reader Introduction

In the tabs above, we have lists of basic reader non-fiction books available at the Las Positas College Library.

Basic Reader books are defined as books written at a reading level appropriate for those learning English as a Second Language.

For each book, we provide:  Author Name.  Book Title.  Call Number   (Number of Pages)

Example:  Kellaher, Karen.   Rosa Parks : Civil Rights Pioneer.   F334 M753 P3864 2007   (44 pp.)

Rosa Parks: Civil Rights Pioneer was written by Karen Kellaher in 2007 and is 44 pages long.  It can be found at the library under the call number F334 M753 P3864 2007    

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