I am always excited to share as many nonfiction books as possible. Last week, I did a "What I am Reading?" post and following up with another one this week with some very recent releases. In March, I am looking forward to starting my weekly Women's History posts.
Here is what I have been reading recently...
Awhile ago, Maureen Palacios, the owner of Once Upon a Time Bookstore, asked if I would be willing to moderate a panel with Madeleine L'Engle's granddaughters. I can't believe the event is finally here and happening tonight. If you are in the Pasadena/Glendale area, I hope to see you.
Becoming Madeleine: A Biography of the Author of A Wrinkle in Time by Her Granddaughters by Charlotte Jones Voiklis and Léna Roy (Farrar Straus Giroux, February 6, 2018) - L'Engle's granddaughters share photos, letters and journal entries to help readers develop an indepth view of the famous writer and her life.
The Secret Kingdom: Nek Chand, a Changing India, and a Hidden World of Art by Barb Rosenstock; Illustrated by Claire A. Nivola (Candlewick Press, February 13, 2018) - A beautiful picture book biography by Rosenstock and Nivola. I sadly did not know about Nek Chand and his art and there are a number of books coming out recently focusing on India in 1947 and I am appreciating the opportunity to learn more about the events in India during this time.
Thank You, Earth: A Love Letter to Our Planet by April Pulley Sayre (Greenwillow Books, February 20, 2018) - Another beautiful book by Pulley Sayre. Simple text and beautiful photographs help young readers learn to express their gratitude to our wonderful planet.
What Makes a Blizzard? by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld; Illustrated by Maddie Frost (HarperCollins, January 2, 2018) - A look back at the blizzard of 1888 as the way of introducing young readers to blizzards.
Look for all of these titles at your local bookstore or community bookstore.
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