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Two intrepid librarians review the best nonfiction books for children

Friday, May 5, 2023

New Nonfiction: May 2023



Men of the 65th
by Talia Aikens Nuńez
Zest Books

    The Van Buren Sisters vs. The Pants Police
by J.F. Fox and Anna Kwan
Kids Can Press


The Women Who Built Hollywood
by Susan Goldman Rubin
Astra Books for Young Readers

Indigenous Ingenuity 
by Deidre Havrelock and Edward Kay
Christy Ottaviano Books

Jackie Ormes Draws the Future
by Liz Montague
Random House Studio

Muzoon: A Syrian Refugee Speaks Out
by Muzoon Almellehan
with Wendy Pearlman
Random House

Mary's Idea
by Chris Raschka
Greenwillow Books

Spare Parts (Young Readers' Edition):
The True Story of Four Undocumented Teenagers, One Ugly Robot, and an Impossible Dream

by Joshua Davis and Reyna Grande

I Have Something To Tell You (for Young Adults): A Memoir
by Chasten Buttigieg
Atheneum Books for Young Readers

Her Eyes on the Stars: Maria Mitchell, Astronomer
by Laurie Wallmark
illustrated by Liz Wong
Creston Books


Polar: Wildlife at the Ends of the Earth
by L.E. Carmichael and Byron Eggenschwiler
Kids Can Press

We Are Branches
by Joyce Sidman
illustrated by Beth Krommes
Clarion Books

A Shell Is Cozy
by Dianna Hutts Aston
illustrated by Sylvia Long
Chronicle Books

Glaciers Are Alive
by Debbie S. Miller
illustrated by Jon Van Zyle

Not a Monster
by Claudia Guadalupe Martinez
illustrated by Laura Gonzalez

Science Comics: Electricity
by Andy Hirsch
First Second

They Are Here: How Invasive Species Are Spoiling Our Ecosystems
by Roland Smith

Evolution Under Pressure: How We Change Nature and How Nature Changes Us
by Yolanda Ridge
illustrated by Dane Thibeault
Annick Press

Current Events and Social Issues

Breaking News: Why Media Matters
by Raina Delisle
illustrated by Julie McLaughlin
Orca Books

1 comment:

  1. Wow, I can't wait to read these books. They look wonderful!