Here are some new nonfiction titles that kids will enjoy reading over the summer months.
Whoosh!: Lonnie Johnson's Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions by Chris Barton and Don Tate
Crossing Niagara by Matt Tavares
Samurai Rising by Pamela S. Turner
You Can Fly: The Tuskegee Airmen by Carole Boston Weatherford
Flying Frogs and Walking Fish by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page
Science Comics: Dinosaurs: Fossils and Feathers by MK Reed and Joe Flood
Masters of Disguise: Amazing Animal Tricksters by Rebecca L. Johnson
The Great White Shark Scientist by Sy Montgomery and Keith Ellenbogen
The Slowest Book Ever by April Pulley Sayre and Kelly Murphy
National Geographic Kids: National Parks Guide U.S.A. (Centennial Edition)
Real or Fake?: Far-Out Fibs, Fishy Facts, and Phony Photos To Test for the Truth
by Emily Krueger
Here's the coconut I received in the mail from National Geographic proving that it's true, you can mail a coconut.
Such an interesting observation, that reading lists skew toward fiction. I wonder if librarians display nonfiction books in the library like they do fiction if they fly off the shelves just as quickly? I suspect they would, especially with gorgeous illustrations like in Secret Subway.ReplyDelete
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