Welcome to the home of Nonfiction Monday for September 28.
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1. Mary Ann Scheuer at Great Kid Books has reviewed Heroes of the Environment, an inspiring look at 12 individuals who have taken action to help the environment. The families & teachers who looked at it with her agreed that it's perfect for upper elementary and middle school students.
2. Sarah N. at In Need of Chocolate posted about Many Luscious Lollipops.
3. Laura Purdie Salas has written about Emperor Qin's Terra Cotta Army.
4. Heidi Bee Roemer at the Wild About Nature blog has reviewed Laura Purdie Salas' book, Home on the Earth: A Song About Earth's Layers.
5. Jules at 7-Imp has an interview with Bonnie Christensen, who has illustrated---or both written and illustrated---many nonfiction titles, including her latest about Django Reinhardt.
6. Angela at Bookish Blather reviewed"Michelle Obama: An American Story by David Colbert.
7. Lori Calabrese Writes! highlights the Gotcha for Guys booklist that lists nonfiction books to get boys excited about reading.
8. Cindy Dobrez says that her Bookends Blog features I Can't Keep My Own Secrets: Six-Word Memoirs by Teens Famous and Obscure. We include our own teens' six-word book reviews and memoirs and some ideas for using this activity in school.
9. Amanda Snow at A Patchwork of Books has a review of The Secret World of Walter Anderson.
10. Shirley at SimplyScience has The Prairie Dog’s Town.
11. Amy Graves at The Art of Irreverence has reviewed It's Perfectly Normal for Banned Books Week.
12. Jone at the Check It Out edublog is tying together Banned Book Week and the 1st Amendment.
13. Sally Apokedak at All About Children's Books reviewed Sand to Stone and Back Again, by Nancy Bo Flood and Tony Kuyper.
14. Loree Griffin Burns has a Nonfiction Monday post up at her blog where she muses about why she loves nonfiction and recommends two of her favorites.
15. Barbara Kerley reminds us that over at INK: Interesting Nonfiction for Kids, they have new posts by authors David Schwartz, Anna M. Lewis, April Pulley Sayre, Melissa Stewart, and Linda Salzman.
16 Liz B joins in with a review of The Betsy Tacy Companion by Sharla Scannell Whalen.
17. Anastasia Suen at her Picture Book of the Day blog (she has several blogs) discusses Stonefish: Needles of Pain by Meish Goldish.
18. 3T (which stands for three library turtles) has a guest review by Ami about a new book series from PowerKids Press.
19. Bri Meets Books reviewed Sea Soup: Zooplankton by Mary M. Cerullo.