Monday, May 18, 2009

Nonfiction Monday Round Up



Welcome to the Nonfiction Monday Round Up!




Each week, bloggers interested in children's literature celebrate Nonfiction Monday by writing about informational books for kids, and the ACPL Mock Sibert Blog is pleased to host the round up today. If you've reviewed a children's nonfiction book on your blog today, simply leave a comment on this post. I'll be adding links throughout the day.

If this is your first visit to the ACPL Mock Sibert Blog, please have a look around. You can learn more about the discussion and program in the sidebar. Be sure to leave your thoughts on some of the books that we've posted so far this year. We would love to have you join the discussion!

And now, here's the round up:

20 comments:

Scope Notes said...

100 Scope Notes: Nic Bishop Butterflies and Moths

Sarah N. said...

Thanks for hosting. I've written about the First Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs: http://inneedofchocolate.wordpress.com/2009/05/18/non-fiction-monday-first-encyclopedia-of-dinosaurs-and-prehistoric-life/

Abby said...

Abby (the) Librarian - Zigzag Nonfiction Series

http://abbylibrarian.blogspot.com/2009/05/zigzag-nonfiction-series.html

Thanks for hosting!

The Wild About Writing Trio said...

Kim hutmacher reviews Nature's Paintbox: A Gallery of Art and Verse over at The Wild About Nature Blog.

http://wildaboutnaturewriters.blogspot.com/2009/05/nonfiction-monday-natures-paintbox.html

Thank you for hosting today!

jone said...

I have an interview with Janet Halfmann, author of Seven Miles to Freedom. http://maclibrary.edublogs.org/2009/05/18/non-fiction-monday-meet-janet-halfmann/

The Book Chook said...

My Book Chook blog has a review of Pobblebonks -
http://thebookchook.blogspot.com/2009/05/review-pobblebonks.html

Thank you from Susan, the Book Chook

Jennifer said...

Jennifer, JeanLittleLibrary, Follow the Trail by Jessica Loy
http://jeanlittlelibrary.blogspot.com/2009/05/follow-trail-by-jessica-loy.html

Shirley said...

Shirley at SimplyScience has The Tooth Book.

www.simplyscience.wordpress.com

Thanks for hosting!

Lori Calabrese said...

Lori Calabrese reviews What Bluebirds Do...

http://loricalabrese.blogspot.com/2009/05/what-bluebirds-do.html

Thanks for hosting!
Lori
www.loricalabrese.com

Robin Gaphni said...

Thanks for hosting. I've written about Marvelous Mattie: How Margaret E. Knight Became an Inventor.
She was the first woman to receive a U.S. patent.
http://thebooknosher.blogspot.com/2009/05/lady-edison-nonfiction-monday.html

Mary Ann Scheuer said...

Great Kid Books helps parents answer a 5-year old's question, "How do babies get inside their mommies?". It's a new feature: Good Question!
http://greatkidbooks.blogspot.com/2009/05/good-question-how-do-babies-get-inside.html
thanks for hosting today!!

tinanicholscouryblog.com said...

On my blog Tales from the Rushmore Kid I have an interview with Kidlit non-fiction writer Judith Persnall.

http://www.tinanicholscouryblog.com/2009/05/judith-janda-presnall-nonfiction-monday-kidslitosphere.html#more

violet said...
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violet said...

Hope I'm not too late to join in (it's only 8:30 here on the west coast :)

My post is a review of a book called My Feet Aren't Ugly by Debra Beck.

It's here: http://book-brew.blogspot.com/2009/05/are-your-feet-ugly.html

Amanda said...

I reviewed the Follow That Food Chain series:

http://apatchworkofbooks.blogspot.com/2009/05/non-fiction-monday-follow-that-food.html

Thanks!

Anastasia Suen said...

Thanks for hosting! I'm blogging about maps and summer travel at Kid Lit Kit

Karen said...

Joke books count as nonfiction, right? Karen at Mommy's Favorite Children's Books shares her family's experience with Good, Clean Knock Knock Jokes for Kids.

http://favoritechildrensbooks.blogspot.com/2009/05/knock-knock-jokes.html

BookMoot said...

BookMoot.com reviews:
Pararescuemen in Action by Michael Sandler
http://www.bookmoot.com/2009/05/nonfiction-monday-pararescuemen-in.html

Jennie said...

I'm in at Biblio File with No Choirboy and The Oxford Project.

http://tushuguan.blogspot.com/2009/05/nonfiction-monday.html

Cindy Dobrez said...

We reviewed the stellar What Bluebirds Do by Pamela Kirby yesterday, hitting the Nonfiction Monday round up by pure serendipity. http://bookends.booklistonline.com/ It's a great year for youth nonfiction and it will be fun to follow your site! Thanks.