Two intrepid librarians

Two intrepid librarians review the best nonfiction books for children

Monday, October 9, 2023

New Nonfiction- October 2023


Wild Inventions: Ideas Inspired by Animals
by Sandra Markle
Millbrook Press

Thank You, Moon: Celebrating Nature's Nightlight
by Melissa Stewart
illustrated by Jessica Lanan
Alfred A. Knopf Books

The Last Unexplored Place on Earth 
by Aly Brown
Feiwel and Friends

What's a Germ Joseph Lister?
by Lori Alexander
illustrated by Daniel Duncan
Clarion Books

Fungi Grow
by Maria Gianferrari
illustrated by Diana Sudyka
Beach Lane Books

What It's Like to Be a Bird
Adapted for Young Readers
by David Allen Sibley
Delacorte Press

Nature's Rule Breakers: Creatures That Don't Fit In
by Jessica Fries-Gaither
Millbrook Press

Plague-Busters!: Medicine's Battles with History's Deadliest Diseases
by Lindsey Fitzharris and Adrian Teal

The Power of Snow
by Bob Raczka
illustrated by Bryony Clarkson
Millbrook Press

Shipwrecked!: Diving for Hidden Time Capsules on the Ocean Floor
by Martin Sandler
Astra Young Readers

Science Comics: Frogs: Awesome Amphibians
by Liz Prince
First Second

Cosmic Wonder: Haley's Comet and Humankind
by Ashley Benham-Yazdani
Candlewick Press

Run and Hide: How Jewish Youth Escaped the Holocaust
by Don Brown
Clarion Books

Game of Freedom: Mestra Bimba and the Art of Capoeira
by Duncan Tonatiuh
Abrams Books for Young Readers

Kati's Tiny Messengers: Dr. Katalin Karikó and the Battle Against COVID-19
by Megan Hoyt
illustrated by Vivien Mildenberger
Quill Tree Books

Masked Hero: How Wu Lien-teh Invented the Mask That Ended the Epidemic
by Shan Woo Liu
illustrated by Lisa Wee
MIT Kids Press

They Hold the Line: Wildfires, Wildlands, and the Firefighters Who Brave Them
by Dan Paley
illustrated by Molly Mendoza

Beautiful Noise: The Music of John Cage
by Lisa Jean LeBanca Rogers
illustrated by Il Sung Na
Anne Schwartz Books

What Music!: The Fifty-Year Friendship Between Beethoven and Nannette Streicher Who Built His Pianos
by Laurie Lawlor
illustrated by Becca Stadtlander
Holiday House

Rise Up and Sing: Power, Protest and Activism in Music
by Andrea Warner
illustrated by Louise Reimer
Greystone Kids

On the Tip of a Wave: How Ai Weiwei's Art is Changing the Tide
by Joanna Ho
illustrated by Cátia Chien
Orchard Books

Muhammad Ali and Malmcolm X: The Fatal Friendship
by Randy Roberts and Johnny Smith
Adapted by Margeaux Weston
Christy Ottaviano Books

Big Money: What It Is, How We Use It, and Why Our Choices Matter
by Rebecca Donnelly
Henry Holt and Co.

The Presidents Decoded
by Katie Kennedy
Workman Publishing

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