Welcome to Nonfiction Monday! For those of you new to Nonfiction Monday, its a weekly event hosted by various blogs throughout the kidlitosphere. All you do is put a link to a nonfiction kidlit book you have read in the comments and we will update through out the day.
We are excited to be hosting this week and for today Cari reviewed Secrets of a Civil War Submarine: Solving the Mysteries of the H.L. Hunley by Sally M. Walker. A wonderful book full of adventure and intrigue about the first successful submarine attack and later the recovery of the submarine upon it’s discovery in August of 2009. Lots of appeal for science, history or math buffs! A great read for older children – I used it in my 8th grade U.S. History class. Holly reviewed My Own Two Feet by Beverly Cleary. A follow-up to A Girl From Yamhill, the first autobiography of Beverly Cleary. Both are great books for middle readers and above who identified with any of Beverly’s many lovable quirky characters- Ramona, Beezus, Henry and Ribsy, etc. I wish I’d had these books for a few English papers I had to do once upon a time.
Nonfiction Monday Links!
Cari at Bookscoops reviewed Secrets of a Civil War Submarine: Solving the Mysteries of the H.L. Hunley
Heidi Bee Roemer reviewed Wolfsnail: A Backyard Predator at the Wild About Nature blog
Lori Calabrese Writes writes a nonfiction article, “Big Jobs for Little Stamps,” in the May 2009 issue of Stories for Children Magazine
Jennifer from Little Jean Library reviewed Nic Bishop’s Forest Explorer
In Need of Chocolate reviewed One Small Square: Seashore
Great Kid Books Celebrate! reviewed Connections Among Cultures by Jan Reynolds
Amanda at A Patchwork of Books reviewed Cycle of Rice, Cycle of Life: A Story of Sustainable Farming by Jan Reynolds
Shirley at Simple Science reviewed A Raft of Science: Puffins
Wendie Old reviewed What to Do About Alice
Roberta Gibson at Wrapped In Foil reviewed Lizards by Mark O’Shea
Hollybookscoops reviewed My Own Two Feet by Beverly Cleary
Charlotte at Charlotte’s Library reviewed Come to the Castle!