Welcome to Nonfiction Monday

Welcome to Nonfiction Monday at books together! I'm delighted to be hosting today (as always). Please leave me a comment with a link to your post for Nonfiction Monday; I'll update this post to include your links at various times throughout the day. Thanks for visiting, and for participating in this edition of Nonfiction Monday.

Good Morning!

Sarah N. of In Need of Chocolate posted about Crinkleroot's Guide to Knowing Butterflies and Moths, one of her family's favorite books about butterflies.

Kim Hutmacher reviews The DesertAlphabet Encyclopedia at The Wild About Nature Blog.

Fuse #8 reviews The Day-Glo Brothers: The True Story of Bob and Joe Switzer's Bright Ideas and Brand New Colors by Chris Barton.

Jennifer reviews Sea Cows, Shamans, and Scurvy by Ann Arnold at Jean Little Library.

Lori Calabrese reviews Swifter, Higher, Stronger by Sue Macy at Lori Calabrese Writes!

Shirley posts on Not a Drop to Drink at SimplyScience.

[We're off to pick strawberries and will update at lunchtime. Thanks again!]


The ACPL Mock Sibert Blog has posted its first reading list of non-fiction books to be considered fortheir Mock Sibert Award, to be awarded in January, 2010.

Amanda of A Patchwork of Books has a review up of What's Inside?

Robin ofThe Book Nosher is posting about I, Matthew Henson: Polar Explorer.

This past week on INK: Interesting Nonfiction for Kids -- "Out of a Tunnel" by Cheryl Harness; "Let's Give 'Em Something To Talk About" by Linda Salzman; "Just The Facts, Ma'am" by Susan E. Goodman; "Figs" by Barbara Kerley; "Some Observations on the History and Future of Informational Books" by guest blogger Jean Reynolds; and "Writing Children's Nonfiction Made Simple" by Steve Jenkins.

[Thenext round of posts will go up later this afternoon. Time to eat the strawberries!]

Afternoon and Evening

There haven't been any additional posts this afternoon, but there should be plenty to keep you busy here. I'll round up one more time tonight, just in case. Thanks for visiting!


On Wendie's Wanderings this week, Wendie has done a review of Melissa Stewart's new series, A Rainbow of Animals.