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by Melanie A. Lyttle and Shawn D. Walsh on June 16, 2015

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If you’ve been following our past few entries, you know we have been talking about putting fiction into genres, but in the “genre-fication process” we are going through, we are also labeling our books that are in a series with the series name and number. It’s taken quite a bit of time to put series information on all our chapter, tween, young adult, adult, and large print books. However, the response from the community has been tremendous, and it’s taught us a few things about our collection as well!

How do you decide what’s in a series? There are two really great websites that we have found quite helpful. One is Kent District (MI) Library’s What’s Next Database . It’s really good for figuring out what books belong in a series, especially since the book itself may not always tell you. The other site another library suggested to us was Fantastic Fiction , which allows searches by ISBN. Between the two sites they really cover practically any book we have owned.

How do you decide what’s in a series?

How are you keeping track of your series? Just so everyone working on your series project knows what’s going on, you need to keep a list of what series you have. This is especially important if you have separated your fiction into genres. You don’t want part of a series in mystery and part of series in historical fiction if the series is a historical mystery. In our library we started with a spreadsheet and quickly realized that we needed more. So we designed a relational database that holds series information. It has a web interface so staff can input information and search for information. It also holds details about subseries as well.

How are you keeping track of your series?

What are you doing with subseries and series finished by other people? Subseries turned out to be an interesting challenge because things like Star Wars books or Dragonlance books were all related, but they were written by many different authors. For books that were in a series but had a subseries, the series was used for alphabetizing on the shelf and the subseries appeared on the label in the “series spot.” Then there were the series begun by one author (eg., Robert Ludlum, Robert B. Parker, and others) but the remainder of the series was finished by a different author. To keep the series together, the spine label reads the original author’s name, not necessarily the actual author.

What are you doing with subseries and series finished by other people?

How are you handling not having every book in a series? It’s perfectly fine if the answer is you aren’t doing anything. You may have book one of a series but not any subsequent materials. You may have book three and not any other books. We pose this question because inevitably there will be a patron who comes to you and says, “I found book three on the shelf. Do you have books one and two?” If you’re part of a consortium, it’s most likely that you can get the first two books from another library. However, from a collection development perspective you will want to decide to either only have first books and see if people want more, or you may decide to see if anyone cares that you have book three but not the other two, before buying the first two books you don’t currently have. We say this a lot, but every library in every community is different. What works in one place may not be appropriate for another.

Passing this along to my SiL. She was just telling me this morning that her toddler says, “my turn!” and tries to push days-old baby sis aside. He hasn’t nursed in a LOOONG time! Naturally he’s trying to figure things out, so distraction will come in handy.

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Jun 16, 2015 @ 15:19:36

Yes, definitely! It can be a tough transition for everyone!

Nikki @ Tikkido Jun 16, 2015 @ 13:55:53

I think my six year old would still enjoy a lot of these ideas! Especially the sewing one. I love the idea of using that shelf grippy stuff!

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Jun 16, 2015 @ 15:17:46

A lot of these really are great for a wide variety of ages!

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Jun 16, 2015 @ 15:00:12

So many brilliant ideas. I’m with Nikki, I think we need to try the sewing one even though I’m not breastfeeding anymore. Thanks for including our Sticker Seek and Find game, too.

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Jun 16, 2015 @ 15:17:07

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Jun 17, 2015 @ 09:58:07

Great post! I could have done with these ideas 18 months ago! What worked the best for us and took a while to figure out is that my daughter did not want to entertain herself while I gave all my attention to her newborn brother. The best remedy was to fetch her a doll and we all climbed into bed and she “breastfed” her dolly while I fed my son. I have very fond memories of that.

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Jun 17, 2015 @ 10:19:04

This is wonderful! Sharing this through social networking!

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Jun 17, 2015 @ 12:02:14

Thank you so much!

triciathegoodmama Jun 17, 2015 @ 13:04:09

This could not have come at a better time. I am due with my second this October, so I’ve been trying to come up with ideas to keep my toddler entertained while I breastfeeding. I’ll be sharing!

Katie M. McLaughlin Jun 17, 2015 @ 13:08:57

Thanks so much! I hope it’s as useful for you as it is for me. Congrats on the impending arrival of your little one!

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Jun 18, 2015 @ 07:36:45

What a great list of ideas! I used to keep a stack of books near wherever I’d nurse, and I’d read to my older daughter while I nursed. Occasionally she even pretended to nurse her stuffed monkey, so funny!

Katie M. McLaughlin Jun 18, 2015 @ 10:11:05

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The Holy sanctuary Ka’bah was now filled with three hundred sixty idols. The original, pristine message of Prophet Ibrahim was lost, and it was mixed with superstitions and traditions of pilgrims and visitors from distant places, who were used to idol worship and myths. In every generation, a small group of men and women detested the pollution of Ka’bah and kept pure their practice of the religion taught by Prophets Ibrahim and Ismail. They used to spend some of their time away from this polluted environment in retreats to nearby hills.

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Gabriel (as) visited the Prophet as commanded by Allah revealing Ayat (meaning signs, loosely referred to as verses) in Arabic over a period of twenty-three years. The revelations that he received were sometimes a few verses, a part of a chapter or the whole chapter. Some revelations came down in response to an inquiry by the nonbelievers. The revealed verses were recorded on a variety of available materials (leather, palm leaves, bark, shoulder bones of animals), memorized as soon as they were revealed, and were recited in daily prayers by Muslims [Qur'an 80:13-16]. Angel Gabriel taught the order and arrangement of verses, and the Prophet instructed his several scribes to record verses in that order [Qur'an 75:16-19 and 41:41-42]. Once a year, the Prophet used to recite all the verses revealed to him up to that time to Gabriel to authenticate the accuracy of recitation and the order of verses [Qur'an 17:106]. All the revealed verses ( over a period of 23 years and ending in 632 CE) were compiled in the book known as Qur’an. The name Qur’an appears in the revealed verses. The Qur’an does not contain even a word from the Prophet. The Qur'an speaks in the first person, i.e., Allah's commandments to His creation. Gabriel also visited the Prophet throughout his mission informing and teaching him of events and strategy as needed to help in the completion of the prophetic mission. The Prophet’s sayings, actions, and approvals are recorded separately in collections known as Hadith.




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