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  1. alphabetically, by authors’ last names.

    A library uses various methods to arrange books on the shelves. Most fiction books are arranged alphabetically, by the author's last names. On the other hand, most non-fiction books are arranged following the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC), developed by Melvin Dewey.

  2. Fiction would follow the fiction schema (alphabetical by author last name, first name and then by title within an author). Non-fiction would be shelved according to the Dewey Decimal System.

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  3. Chapter books
    Picture books
    Genre (example): Fairy tales
    I wouldn't really pay attention to the arrangements but this is how my school library sorts it. Sorry if wrong.

  4. Permafrost is a thick layer of soil frozen throughout the year. two words to create permafrost would be permanent ice.

  5. Fiction book are arranged on the shelves alphabetically by author's surname. Sometimes fiction books have their own bookshelf.

  6. Hello,i would say that the answer is  b: saturday football game me have ( shake head )it makes more sense, hope this !

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