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To find a magazine article you would use...
a) atlas
b) almanac
c) internet

What does an almanac contain?
a) historical records and events
b) maps of countries
c) book listings

Where would you find synonyms?
a) dictionary
b) thesaurus
c) atlas

You need a book on baking brownies. How would you find it in the library?
a) newspaper
b) computer catalog
c) encyclopedia
d) ask your friend who never reads books

When you find something interesting in an encyclopedia, you should copy it word-for-word into your paper.
a) true
b) false
c) of course!

What's an atlas?
a) history book
b) place that shows world record holders
c) book that has maps

Instead of an atlas, almanac, or newspaper, where could you find all of your information instead?
a) Grandma Sue
b) Coach Sanders
c) the internet
d) my best friend

Why would you use a dictionary?
a) to find synonyms
b) to find antonyms
c) to find how to pronounce a word
d) to find pictures of word record holders

I need to research penguins. Where would I look?
a) newspaper
b) almanac
c) dictionary
d) encyclopedia

I need to know what evanescence means. Where would I look?
a) newspaper
b) almanac
c) dictionary
d) encyclopedia

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