Today, Capstone has the honor of hosting Nonfiction Monday once again. We'll post reviews throughout the day, so check back often to see the amazing celebration of nonfiction books.
Happy reading and reviewing!
-Thank you for hosting this week! At NC Teacher Stuff, I have posted a review of Bill the Boy Wonder which is the story of Bill Finger who was a creator of the Batman comic book:
-I have an old but still good title, Christina Bjork's Linnea's Windowsill Garden http://jeanlittlelibrary.blogspot.com/2012/06/nonfiction-monday-linneas-windowsill.html
-At Ms. Yingling Reads, I have posted a review of the new Rightfully Ours as well as a reminder about Blumnethals' 2006 Let Me Play.
-Thank you for hosting today! Over at A Teaching Life, I've posted reviews of Barnum's Bones and Far From Shore.
-Thanks for hosting today! At Booktalking, I'm reading Watch Me Grow!: A Down-to-Earth Look at Growing Food in the City by Deborah Hodge (Author) and Brian Harris (Illustrator).
-At Perogies & Gyoza this week we have an introduction to the life cycle of adorable little loons!
-Thanks for hosting today's event. At Apples with Many Seeds, I'm looking at Migrant Mother and the power of photos. -Tammy
-Thanks for hosting. Today I'm featuring advice in choosing ASL books for kids. http://shelf-employed.blogspot.com/2012/06/asl-books-for-kids.html
-Hi there! Thanks so much for hosting this week. Here's my Nonfiction Monday contribution this week: The Two Brothers by William Jaspersohn and Michael A. Donato - still in keeping with our Immigrant Experience theme until first week of July. http://wp.me/pDlzr-3Lc
-Thanks for hosting! At The Cath in the Hat I'm sharing the publication of my latest nonfiction book, The Big Book of What.
-Thanks for hosting. My selection is Women explorers: perils, pistols, and petticoats written by Julie Cummins with illustrations by Cheryl Harness. http://janetsquires.blogspot.com/
-Hi, over at Bookscoops today I have a review about Ramadan called Ramadan Moon by Na’ima B Robert and Shirin Adl. With Ramadan around the corner, it's a great time to learn more about it. Thanks!