The Dewey Decimal System is a system that uses numbers to label

The Dewey Decimal System is a system that uses numbers to label nonfiction
books. 0-99 covers computer science, information, and general works. 100-199 covers
philosophy and psychology. 200-299 covers religion. 300-399 covers social sciences.
400-499 covers language. 500-599 covers science. 600-699 covers technology. 700-799
covers arts and recreation. 800-899 covers literature. And finally, 900-999 covers
history, geography, and biography.
The young author's doit-yourself book: how to
write, illustrate, and
produce your own book
Writing, Illustrating, and
producing your own book
070.5 Gu
An overview of the life of a
635.93 Mi
Seeing Earth From
Text and photographs taken
from space show the nature,
evolution, and future of Earth
525 La
My library system involves breaking categories into subcategories. It would start
out as the categories of Fiction and Non-fiction. The fiction would break up into the
genres of it, while the nonfiction would break up into the categories of science, general
information and woks, philosophy, psychology, language, religion, arts, recreation,
literature, and people. From there the system would get even more specific. For example,
the nonfiction category of arts would break up into the categories of music, art, and
dance. The fiction genres would break up into parts with the author’s first name as the
order. For example, the subcategory fantasy would then break up into fantasy c, then
fantasy ch, and so on until the name spelled Christopher. From there, the system would
start on the last name. It would then be fantasy Christopher p, until it spelled Christopher
My library system has some advantages and some disadvantages. One of the
advantages is if you know what you are specifically looking for, you could find it in
seconds. If you didn’t know what you were looking for but you knew a category you
liked, such as biography, you would be able to