Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge: NSTA 2018 Outstanding Trade Books & Stem

Earlier this month, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) announced two of my favorite "best of" lists. 

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Here are some of the titles that I haven't yet read that I am looking forward to reading:

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Animal Journal: Land Mammals of the World by Juan Carlos Alonso (Walter Foster Jr. 2017)

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The Book of Bees! A Honeyed History by Piotr Socha, Illustrated by Wojciech Grajkowski (Abrams Books for Young Readers 2017)

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Margaret and the Moon by Dean Robbins, Illustrated by Lucy Knisley (Knopf Books for Young Readers 2017)

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Exploring Space: From Galileo to the Mars Rover and Beyond by Martin Jenkins, Illustrated by Stephen Biesty (Candlewick Press 2017)

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ABCs From Space: A Discovered Alphabet by Adam Voiland (Simon & Schuster 2017)

For a complete list of winners, click here

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Here are a few of the titles that I haven't read but looking forward to reading:

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Ada Lace Sees Red by Emily Calandrelli, Tamson Weston, Illustrated by Renee Kurilla (Simon & Schuster 2017)

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Find the Dots by Andy Mansfield  (Candlewick 2017)

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The Doctor With an Eye for Eyes: The Story of Dr. Patricia Bath by Julia Finley Mosca, Daniel Rieley (Innovation Press 2017)

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The Girl Who Thought in Pictures: The Story of Dr. Temple Grandin  by Julia Finley Mosca, Illustrated by Daniel Rieley (Innovation Press 2017)

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Cao Chong Weighs an Elephant by Songju Ma Daemicke, Illustrated by Christina Ward (Arbordale Publishing 2017)

For a complete list of winning titles, click here

Look for these and all of the other titles on these lists at your local indie bookstore or public library. 

 Artwork by Sarah S. Brannen ©2017

Artwork by Sarah S. Brannen ©2017

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