Tag Archives: Middle Grade Non-Fiction

A BRIEF HISTORY OF LIFE ON EARTH

The rotating array of animals on the unassuming book cover hint at the wonders you will find inside. All 26 feet of them. Take a look through the initial side of the 38 pages, and you will be treated to … Continue reading

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THE WONDERS OF NATURE

Nature and art come together in this beautiful oversized hardback edition. The art work is stunning and you’ll be introduced to unique animals both on land and sea. Arranged in seven chapters, each begins with background information followed by pages … Continue reading

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RUNNING WITH WOLVES

In this compelling memoir, wildlife experts Jim and Jamie Dutcher, tell their fascinating story of living with a pack of wolves. They trade off narrating their unique experiences with these misunderstood creatures. It’s not a dry retelling of facts, and … Continue reading

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My Holiday List from NGK!

National Geographic Kids offers the best in engrossing, colorful, and fun-filled titles. Over the next week I’ll be sharing five recommendations. Many are best gift wrapped and placed under the tree, but a few selections could be stuffed in that … Continue reading

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DOG SCIENCE UNLEASHED

This dog loving new title from National Geographic Kids was not one I could review alone. Fortunately, I had my canine companion, Tatum, nearby to give me a hand. She was more interested in sniffing the pages than reading, but … Continue reading

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ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING

Well, not quite everything. Even best selling author, Christopher Lloyd, realized there is only so much you can squeeze into 336 pages. I read this from cover to cover, but most sixth, seventh, and eighth graders will use the handy … Continue reading

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FOOD FIGHT!

The fight might be more about who gets to first read this new book from National Geographic Kids. Food industry leader Tanya Steel has put together a five star look at the history of food and also a peek into … Continue reading

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