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Folio is a library term used to describe large-sized books, usually over 28 cm by height or width, which won't fit on the same shelves as more standard-sized books.
Folio books are shelved in their own sections. Generally, they are located at the end of the regular-sized books (there are a few exceptions on Honnold 4 and Honnold 1). You'll know if you're looking for a folio book by the Location you find in your catalog search results. There are also physical labels on the library shelves.