I love nonfiction. More importantly I love reading and learning new information everyday. I have been mentally compiling a list of all the new true things I learned about this weekend while we were moving. After everyone shares their nonfiction entries today, I’ll post my list at the bottom. Take a moment to ponder what you’ve learned recently. As they say, “Truth is stranger than fiction.” Let’s share the love of learning new truths.
For Nonfiction Monday Shirley has Meerkat by Anita Ganeri.
Lisa with Shelf-Employed has Odd Ball: Hilarious, Unusual, and Bizarre Baseball Moments. http://shelf-employed.blogspot.com/2011/06/odd-ball-hilarious-unusual-bizarre.html
In Tammy’s posting today at Apples With Many Seeds, she is looking at one book from a historical series called You wouldn’t want to sail on an Irish famine ship. http://applewithmanyseedsdoucette.blogspot.com/2011/06/historical-connections.html
Carol Rasco writes: My NONFICTION Monday submission is a bit different; it is a video but on a topic I think any of us concerned about children’s literacy should share with as many people as possible. http://bit.ly/mcONs3
Today at Lori Calabrese Writes, she review Bugs By the Numbers:
Amy reviewed a new book by Kathryn O. Galbraith, Planting the Wild Garden at http://www.hopeisthewordblog.com/2011/06/06/planting-the-wild-garden-by-kathryn-o-galbraith/
Today on Bookends we are reviewing a total kid favorite – Weird But True: 300 Outrageous Facts from National Geographic.