In the tradition of Nonfiction Monday, here's what folks are sharing today.
In addition to these reviews, I encourage you to visit Marc Aronson's blog, Nonfiction Matters. Today he's written a post entitled On War. Enjoy your tour of nonfiction around the kidlitosphere today.
Why?, written and illustrated by Lila Prap, reviewed right here at The Miss Rumphius Effect.
Jama at Jama Rattigan's Alphabet Soup has a review of Shining Star: The Anna May Wong Story, written by Paula Yoo and illustrated by Lin Wang.
Sarah at In Need of Chocolate has a review of Dinosarium by Barbara Brenner.
Shirley at Simply Science has a review and activity ideas for Nic Bishop Frogs.
Heidi at Wild About Nature has a review of The Robins in Your Back Yard, written and illustrated by Nancy Carol Willis.
Abby at Abby the Librarian has a thematic list of books on Reading Around the World.
Roberta at Wrapped in Foil has a review of Who Lives in an Alligator Hole? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2), written by Anne Rockwell and illustrated by Lizzy Rockwell.
Robin at The Booknosher reviews two titles by Brenda Guiberson.
Violet at Book Brew has a review of The Thinking Toolbox, written by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn.
Wendie at Wendie's Wanderings has a review of Jackson and Bud's Bumpy Ride, America's First Cross-Country Automobile Trip, written by Elizabeth Koehler-Pentacoff and illustrated by Wes Hargis.
At Chronicle of an Infant Bibliophile you'll find a review of My Red, White & Blue (Musical Board Book) by Sally Williams Chapin.
Lori at Lori Calabrese Writes! has a review of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by Roger Wachtel.
Charlotte at Charlotte's Library has a review of Narwhal Unicorn of the Sea (Smithsonian Oceanic Collection), written by Janet Halfmann and illustrated by Steven James Petruccio.