Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Nonfiction Monday

Welcome to Nonfiction Monday! Please leave your posts in the comments and I will arrange them in exquisite order throughout the day.

100s: Ghosts, aliens, sasquatches and other things that aren't real...or ARE THEY?


300s: Money, Government, and their friends, Disasters and Military
500s: Science, Math, and Wiiiild Animals!
700s: It's the Arts! Sports, Entertainment, and Stuff You Can Do

16 comments:

Resh said...

Hi Jennifer,
Thanks for hosting Non Fiction Monday. At Stacking Books we loved reading Thunder Birds by Jim Arnosky.
http://www.stackingbooks.com/?p=1449
The book will fill the reader with awe due to the sheer details captured by Jim in his drawings.
-Reshama

Ms. Yingling said...

Have a review of Lego Minifigures Characters Encyclopedia to go with my fiction review of Otis Dooda!http://msyinglingreads.blogspot.com/2013/06/middle-grade-monday-otis-dooda.html

laurasalas said...

Thanks for hosting, Jennifer! I'm in with a book called Finding Hope, by Michelle Myers Lackner, about the drama that played out when a bear cub (Hope) became separated from its mother in Northern Minnesota.

http://laurasalas.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/nm-finding-hope/

Jeff Barger said...

Thank you for hosting this week and for the early posting! You just saved me five minutes tomorrow morning and that means everything! At NC Teacher Stuff, I am featuring a book from National Geographic Kids called Everything Money:

http://ncteacherstuff.blogspot.com/2013/06/nonfiction-monday-everything-money.html

Tara @ A Teaching Life said...

Thanks for hosting today! At "A Teaching Life", I have a short list of books I love to use to teach the Civil War:
http://tmsteach.blogspot.com/2013/06/its-monday-and-heres-what-im-reading.html

Jeanne Walker Harvey said...

Thanks so much for hosting Nonfiction Monday! At True Tales & A Cherry On Top, I'm featuring the picture book biography by Tanya Lee Stone: Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors - The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell:

http://jeannewalkerharvey.blogspot.com/2013/06/who-says-women-cant-be-doctors.html

Roberta said...

Good Morning Jennifer,

After being away for awhile I'm jumping back in with Everybody Moves by Layne deMarin at http://blog.wrappedinfoil.com/2013/06/get-inspired-by-everybody-moves/

A fun little book to get kids off the couch.

Thanks for hosting today.

Alex Baugh said...

Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for hosting Nonfiction Monday this week. I have a review of Cowboy Up! Ride the Navajo Rodeo by Nancy Bo Flood.

http://randomlyreading.blogspot.com/2013/06/cowboy-up-ride-navajo-rodeo-by-nancy-bo.html

shelf-employed said...

I'm just visiting today. With the short week and a day off to attend Book Expo, I didn't have time for a nonfiction review. If you want to read my recap of BookExpo, however, here it is: http://shelf-employed.blogspot.com/2013/06/monday-morning-miscellany-v6.html
Have a great week!

Ami said...

We're looking at hot air balloons at A Mom's Spare Time: http://amomssparetime.blogspot.com/2013/06/review-how-do-hot-air-balloons-work-by.html

Catherine said...

Thanks for hosting! I have a review of a crafts book: Sneaky Art: Crafty Surprises to Hide in Plain Site. It's full of creative ways to spend summer days. It's over at The Cath in the Hat.


http://thecathinthehat.blogspot.com/2013/06/sneaky-art-crafty-surprises-to-hide-in.html

Tammy Flanders said...

Thanks for looking after today's event, Jennifer.
I've posted about Imagination Illustrated, a look at Jim Henson's creative process.
Tammy
http://applewithmanyseedsdoucette.blogspot.ca/2013/06/creative-whirlwind.html

Anastasia Suen said...

Thanks for hosting! I'm reading Book of the Day: Hoop Genius: How a Desperate Teacher and a Rowdy Gym Class Invented Basketball

http://asuen.com/blog/?p=1423

Lynn Rutan said...

Cindy Dobrez and I are reviewing two baseball books today on Bookends: You Never Heard of Willie Mays! by Jonah Winter and Miracle Mud: Lena Blackburne and the Secret Mud that Changed Baseball by David A. Kelly. Batter Up ;-) Thanks for hosting!

Sondy said...

Thanks for hosting! At Sonderbooks, I'm reviewing Wild Horse Scientists, by Kay Frydenborg.

Janet S. said...

Thanks for hosting.
My selection is "Monster hunt: exploring mysterious creatures written and illustrated by Jim Arnosky.