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Two intrepid librarians review the best nonfiction books for children

Monday, December 31, 2012

Top Ten History Books of 2012


On this last day of 2012, we look back upon our favorite history books of the year. The books cover a range of topics including the atomic bomb, civil rights, ice harvesting, and a huge hoax. However, they share a common thread: they masterfully weave together the details from the past to tell stories that young readers will appreciate. 












 



9 comments:

  1. Wow, I didn't realize what a great year 2012 was for non-fiction. These all look great and some have become great favoites of my. Thanks for sharing these.

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  2. Wonderful books! It's an honor to be on the list!

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  3. Fantastic list! I'd just have to add Andrea Davis Pinkney's HAND IN HAND: TEN BLACK MEN WHO CHANGED AMERICA. So well-written, accessible and compelling!

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  4. Great list. I just wish I had read more of them. Going to do better in 2013.

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  5. I know! We will soon be posting our list of books we wished we had had time to review.

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  6. I am a teacher and i also suggest these books to my student thanks for share it nurse personal statement .

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