Welcome to the Non-Fiction Monday Round Up! I’m thrilled to be hosting this week. Add a link to your post in the comments and I’ll update throughout the day. Here’s my book for the week:
After seeing tadpoles in a friend’s water garden, we wanted to learn more about frogs. I’d read several great reviews of Nic Bishop’s Frogs so we checked it out from the library. I read it to M a few nights ago and we were both stunned by the amazing photographs. We learned lots of cool facts about frogs and marveled over the hard work Bishop put in to get the shots he wanted for the book. I was so excited about what I’d learned that I regaled my husband with frog facts after the girls were in bed
Other Non-Fiction Monday posts:
Amanda from A Patchwork of Books also has a wonderfully-photographed frog book to share, The Frog Scientist by Pamela S. Turner.
Andrea from the Just One More Book Kidlit Podcast has posted about Max Said Yes!: The Woodstock Story. You can listen to a discussion about the book here.
Kim from Wild About Nature has a post about a book on our library request list: Guess What is Growing Inside This Egg.
Jennifer at Jean Little Library has a great description of Sy Montgomery’s Quest for the Tree Kangaroo.
Read about great activities to go along with Moose and Magpie by Bettina Restrepo at Simply Science.
Charlotte of Charlotte’s Library has a post about Fluorine, a book in The Elements series by Benchmark Books.
At Maclibrary, you can read about Shape by David Goodman and Zoe Miller.
Tina Nichols Coury has a booktrailer for Ann Whitford Paul’s new book How to Write a Picture Book.
Roberta Wrapped In Foil reviewed Stinkbugs, Stick Insects and Stag Beetles by Sally Kneidel.