Monday, October 12, 2009

Nonfiction Monday


Welcome to Nonfiction Monday! Please post your links in the comments below and I will add them throughout the day.



14 comments:

The Wild About Writing Trio said...

Heidi Bee Roemer reviews In the Forest by David M. Shwartz at the Wild About Nature blog.
http://wildaboutnaturewriters.blogspot.com/2009/10/nonfiction-monday-in-forest.html

Thank you for hosting this week!

Mary Ann Scheuer said...

Great Kid Books takes a look on the wild side today with Fascinating Animal Books for New Readers - Easy Readers for Nonfiction Monday.
http://greatkidbooks.blogspot.com/2009/10/fascinating-animal-books-for-new.html

Thank you for hosting this week!

100scopenotes said...

100 Scope Notes review of John Brown: His Fight for Freedom. http://100scopenotes.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/nonfiction-monday-john-brown-his-fight-for-freedom-by-john-hendrix/

Angela said...

Another happy non fiction Monday!

Angela reviews I'll Pass for your Comrade about women soldiers in the Civil War at Bookish Blather. http://bookishblather.blogspot.com/2009/10/review-ill-pass-for-your-comrade-by.html

Amy said...

Seeds by Ken Robbins and A Tree Is Growing by Arthur Dorros

http://hopeistheword.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/nonfiction-mondayseeds-and-trees/

Lori Calabrese said...

Lori Calabrese offers ways to
Celebrate Columbus day with children's books

Tricia said...

I'm in today with a review of the book Slap, Squeak & Scatter by Steve Jenkins.
http://missrumphiuseffect.blogspot.com/2009/10/nonfiction-monday-slap-squeak-scatter.html

Thanks so much for hosting this shindig.

Shirley said...

Shirley at SimplyScience has The Frog Scientist.
http://simplyscience.wordpress.com/2009/10/07/1121/

Thanks!

Sherry said...

I've reviewed Chris Barton's Day-Glo Brothers:

http://www.semicolonblog.com/?p=7415

Thanks for hosting.

lynnrutan said...

Bookends@http://bookends.booklistonline.com/ has a remarkable picture book from last year that we wanted to highlight. It is The Black Book of Colors by Menena Cottin.

Thanks!

Lynn

Betsy said...

I review If America Were a Village by David J. Smith over at A Fuse #8 Production.

Barbara Kerley said...

INK: Interesting Nonfiction for Kids has new posts by authors Melissa Stewart, Susan E. Goodman, Barbara Kerley, Vicki Cobb, and Rosalyn Schanzer.

www.inkrethink.blogspot.com

Thanks for hosting!

Amanda said...

Better late than never! I have a review of the series Gross Body Science up at A Patchwork of Books.

http://apatchworkofbooks.blogspot.com/2009/10/non-fiction-monday-better-late-than.html

Thanks!!

Wendie O said...

Hi -- I'm late, too:

Over at Wendie's Wanderings, I've reviewed Laura Purdy Salas' new alphabet books including A is for Arrr! a Pirate Alphabet.

Wendie Old
http://wendieold.blogspot.com