A folktale that teaches a moral or lesson, often with animals as characters.
A biography of a person written by that person.
Fiction that deals with science and technology, and adventuring into the unknown.
Skits, musicals, or plays that use the spoken word to share a message.
The author creates a magical world where anything can happen.
Fiction that involves a crime that must be solved.
Fiction that is set in the past.
Books with a variety of information that must stay in the library.
A folktale that involves a fight between good and evil, and usually ends with, "They lived happily every after."
A true story about a person's life, written by another person.
Believable fiction that is set in present day.
Verse that uses sounds, rhythm, and word choice to share ideas.
A folktale that tries to explain how the world came to be.
A folktale that is humorous and full of exaggeration.
Categories used to group different types of literary work, such as non-fiction, fiction and poetry.
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