(The J stands for Juvenile ~ which means it’s a book for kids)
If you’re looking to find out more about technology, the J600s are the place to look.
This section of the nonfiction covers the way things work, inventions, the human body, firefighters, airplanes, cars and trucks, space ships, gardening, pets, farm animals, cookbooks and how things are made.
You can find books ranging on topics from how to take care of your dog, to how to bake a cake, to what it is like to go to space.
Some of the books you can find at the Avon Library in this section include Kids Cook 1-2-3 by Rozanne Gold, One Giant Leap by Robert Burleigh, First Encyclopedia of the Human Body by Usborne, and Dogs on Duty by Dorothy Patent. Come to the children’s room to see what the 600s are all about.