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Middletown Thrall Library: Can You Do the Dewey?

National Library Week is April 14-20, so brush up on your Dewey Decimal skills with this interactive site.
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National Library Week is April 14-20, so brush up on your Dewey Decimal skills with this interactive site. Learn about Melvil Dewy, who established the Dewey Decimal Classification, a way of classifying and grouping books in the library so they are easy to find and shelve. After reviewing the major divisions in the DDC, and the subgroups within those divisions, do the “Dewey,” a game with three levels that test your knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System.

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