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Thursday, February 28, 2019

New Nonfiction Releases- March 2019

Here are some nonfiction titles that hit the shelves in March.

Superlative Birds
by Leslie Bulion and Robert Meganck
On shelves March 1st

Karl’s New Beak: 3-D Printing Builds a Bird a Better Life
by Lela Nargi
On shelves March 1st

by Lori Mortensen and Kristy Caldwell
On shelves March 1st

When Plants Attack: Strange and Terrifying Plants
by Rebecca E. Hirsch
On shelves March 1st

The Woolly Monkey Mysteries: The Quest to Save a Rain Forest Species
by Sandra Markle
On shelves March 1st

Daring Dozen: The Twelve Who Walked on the Moon
by Suzanne Slade and Alan Marks
On shelves March 5th

Just Like Rube Goldberg: The Incredible Story of the Man Behind the Machines
by Sarah Aronson and Robert Neubecker
On shelves March 12th

Like a Lizard
by April Pulley Sayre and Stephen Laberis
On shelves March 12th

Beware of the Crocodile
by Martin Jenkins and Satoshi Kitamura
On shelves March 12th

Dreaming in Code: Ada Byron Lovelace, Computer Pioneer
by Emily Arnold McCully
On shelves March 12th

Finding the Speed of Light: The 1676 Discovery That Dazzled the World
by Mark Weston and Rebecca Evans
On shelves March 12th

Baby Animals with Their Families
by Suzi Eszterhas
On shelves March 15th

1 comment:

  1. Ooh--another 3D printed beak--how cool! I loved Beauty and the Beak, and I am really excited about Superlative Birds. Like a Lizard looks wonderful too. Huge fan of April's books!