As part of the Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge, one of my favorite things is to round-up as many new quality nonfiction books for children and share them with readers of this blog. Some months, I miss the release of books and add them to the next month's post. Since I have not seen every book listed, I cannot always confirm if they are truly a nonfiction book or more of an informational fiction text or a bit of historical fiction.
Links to an earlier post: January
Living in...Brazil by Chloe Perkins; Illustrated by Tom Woolley (Simon Spotlight)
Living in...Italy by Chloe Perkins; Illustrated by Tom Woolley (Simon Spotlight)
Living Fossils: Clues to the Past by Caroline Arnold; Illustrated by Andrew Plant (Charlesbridge)
Pink is for Blobfish: Discovering the World's Perfectly Pink Animals by Jess Keating (Knopf Books)
Miss Mary Reporting: The True Story of Sportswriter Mary Garber by Sue Macy; Illustrated by C.F. Payne (Simon & Schuster)
Now You See Them, Now You Don't by David Harrison; Illustrated by Giles Laroche (Charlesbridge)
Elizabeth Started All of the Trouble by Doreen Rapport; Illustrated by Matt Faulkner (Disney-Hyperion)
Every Day Birds by Amy Ludwig VanDerwater; Illustrated by Dylan Metrano (Orchard Books)
Fabulous Frogs by Martin Jenkins; Illustrated by Tim Hopgood (Candlewick Press)
It's Getting Hot in Here! The Past, Present, and Future of Climate Change by Bridget Heos (HMH Books for Young Readers)
Ten Days a Madwoman: The Daring Life and Turbulent Times of the Original "Girl" Reporter, Nellie Bly by Deborah Noyes (Viking Books for Young Readers)
This is the Earth by Diane Z. Shore, Jessica Alexander; Illustrated by Wendell Minor (Disney-Hyperion)
If you are interested in learning more about Nonfiction for Children, and discussing books with others who enjoy reading nonfiction, come join the GoodReads Mock Sibert group. For more information, check out last week's post, here.
Don't forget to link up your nonfiction review...