Tag Archives: Middle Grade Non-Fiction

DOG DAYS OF HISTORY

Author Sarah Albee has written more than a hundred fiction and non-fiction titles for children. Her newest will attract dog loving fans both old and young. Even if you’ve never had a dog or a cat curled up on your … Continue reading

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ASTRONAUT AQUANAUT

Astronauts and aquanauts are two career paths which on the surface go in opposite directions. Which one would you choose? The number one answer I hear from MG girls is Marine Biologist. For boys it’s often an astronaut but only … Continue reading

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TRY THIS! EXTREME

Science lovers beware. You are going to have a blast with this book. Filled with 50 experiments you can try out at home or school, be prepared to learn in a fun hands-on way. The experiments are grouped under seven … Continue reading

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INNOVATORS and THE OREGON TRAIL

Here are two titles in Nomad’s Press BUILD IT YOURSELF series that are unique in their approach and presentation. INNOVATORS: THE STORIES BEHIND THE PEOPLE WHO SHAPED THE WORLD is about the products, processes, and improvements people created and implemented. … Continue reading

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HEROES OF BLACK HISTORY

TIME for KIDS of course has perfect timing with this new title and the arrival of Black History month in February. It must have been hard to choose just four great black Americans. If you don’t see your hero on … Continue reading

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HISTORY’S MYSTERIES

I love a good mystery, especially when they’re real. This new title from National Geographic KIDS reveals many of the mysteries that still stump scientists and archaeologists. There were many I had not heard of before. You’ll find the mysteries … Continue reading

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1,000 FACTS ABOUT THE WHITE HOUSE

Did you know… There are 132 Rooms and 6 Levels in the White House Residence. First Daughter Susan Ford held her school’s senior prom in the East Room of the White House in 1975. President Andrew Jackson once hosted an … Continue reading

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