Entries Tagged as 'non-fiction'

What’s in Your Pocket?

September 24th, 2021 · 1 Comment · Books

WHAT’S IN YOUR POCKET? by Heather L. Montgomery is a nature-focused picture book that spotlights everyday childhood adventures as inspirations for famous scientists in various fields. George Washington Carver, Jane Goodall, Diego Cisneros-Heredia, and Mary Anning are just a few of the children who grow up to be important discoverers and scientists. The book is […]

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Everything Awesome About Sharks

August 2nd, 2021 · No Comments · Books

The full title of this fantastic non-fiction book by Mike Lowery is EVERYTHING AWESOME ABOUT SHARKS AND OTHER UNDERWATER CREATURES. The cover promises “totally shocking facts!” and the book certainly delivers. The colorful book is broken up into parts like “Out Amazing Oceans!” “SHARKS!” and “Extreme Marine Habitats.” Each section is stuffed with really amazing […]

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Aliens Among Us: Extraordinary Portraits of Ordinary Bugs

March 9th, 2020 · 3 Comments · Books

ALIENS AMONG US┬áby Daniel Kariko is a must-have for any child (or adult!) who is fascinated with or horrified by bugs. Its juxtaposition of basic bug information including a black and white sketch and an up-close and detailed color photograph creates a thrilling effect. Or maybe chilling! These bugs are delightfully creepy in their microscopic […]

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