It’s here – the most wonderful day of the week – NONFICTION MONDAY. Again, the rules are simple:
- Write a blog post on anything to do with nonfiction
- Send me a link to your blog post via email to DianeRChen at comcast dot net (preferable) or in the comments below.
- Read everyone else’s blog posts and comment.
Jeff Bargar at NC Teacher Stuff has posted a review of The Prairie Dog’s Town.
Don’t miss Jeff Bargar’s review of an Amelia Earhart biography written by a pilot.
This morning Sarah has posted on two books about families all over the world for toddlers, at Books, Dogs, and Frogs.
All About the Books with Janet Squire’s selection is “All in the family : a look-it-up guide to the in-laws, outlaws, and offspring of mythology” written by Steven Otfinoski.
The Children’s War blog has a post on an activity book at
This week’s post for The Cath in the hat is a review of Sign Language for Kids.
Did you know that ASL has become so popular that it is now the fourth language studied in the U.S.? I didn’t either, but thanks to Catherine Nichols, now I know.
Here’s the link:
Heidi Grange’s Nonfiction Monday post is at her blog http://geolibrarian.blogspot.com. Heidi reviewed She Loved Baseball: the Effa Manley Story by Audrey Vernick.
Heidi wrote:Being the last Monday of Women’s History Month, I thought it would be appropriate to share a book about a women who made a difference in the world by speaking out for what she believed in. Such role models are especially important in a world that is growing increasingly conflicted
Jennifer Wharton writes at the Jean Little Library blog about Electrifiying EcoRace Cars from one of my very favorite publishers – Bearport! Her verdict is
“When you’re ready to update your racing section, this is the hands-down, top choice!”
For Nonfiction Monday, Roberta Gibson of the Wrapped In Foil Blog is excited to be part of the kick-off for the Scribbling Women blog tour.
Diane’s note: I read this post and immediately put Scribbling Women on my wish list.
Shirley has Colors of Insects by Laura Purdie Salas at SimplyScience today. I like her easy lessons with young children.
At my blog, Lori Calabrese Writes!, I review National Geographic’s Baby Animal Pop!