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Janet Squires

My selection is Animals in Fall, written by Martha E.H. Rustad.

Sarah N.

Thanks for hosting today. I'm coming in late in the game with my review of Face to Face With Lions: http://inneedofchocolate.wordpress.com/2010/11/01/non-fiction-monday-face-to-face-with-lions/

Lynn Rutan

Sorry to come in late! Bookends at http://bookends.booklistonline.com/ has a new post about Sugar Changed the World: A Story of Magic, Spice, Slavery, Freedom and Science by Marc Aronson and Marina Budhos.

Thanks for hosting!


Thanks for hosting! At Abby the Librarian, I have a review of STAND STRAIGHT, ELLA KATE by Kate Klise and M. Sarah Klise.


Kim Hutmacher

Wild About Nature blog has a review of What's the Difference Between a Leopard and a Cheetah by Lisa Bullard.


Thanks for hosting this week!

Anastasia Suen

Thanks for hosting Nonfiction Monday! I'm in today with a book to help us get ready for Thanksgiving, Seed, Soil, Sun: Earth's Recipe for Food
by Cris Peterson (Author) and David R. Lundquist (Photographer) http://picturebookday.wordpress.com/2010/11/01/nonfiction-monday-seed-soil-sun/

Tammy Flanders

I've written about the book I've Dreamed About Flying Like a Bird by Robert B. Haas.
Thanks for taking care of today's event.


Hi, my post for Nonfiction Monday is Dia de los Muertos, and it reviews books on the holiday for beginning readers. http://thecathinthehat.blogspot.com/2010/11/nonfiction-monday-dia-de-los-muertos.html


Good morning and thanks for hosting today's Nonfiction Monday. My post is Veterans Day, a review of a new preschool title about the upcoming holiday. http://shelf-employed.blogspot.com/2010/11/veterans-day.html

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