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Monday, January 16, 2012

Nonfiction Monday

This Nonfiction Monday is also Martin Luther King's birthday.  My recommendation is Heart and Soul:
The Story of America and African Americans by Kadir Nelson. This book presents a unique view of American History and is reviewed in yesterday's post. Please  feel free to add your comments.

20 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting this week. I'm in with Little Lost Dog at proseandkahn: http://proseandkahn.livejournal.com/315485.html

    brenda
    (whose LJ account can no longer be verified ever since LJ upgraded!)

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  2. Thanks for hosting. My post today is nonfiction miscellany. http://www.shelf-employed.blogspot.com/2012/01/nonfiction-monday-miscellany.html

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  3. Hi! Many thanks for hosting this week. Our contribution in GatheringBooks is Cathy Day's "The Circus in Winter." :) I've been intrigued by Kadir Nelson's Heart and Soul for the longest time now. I'm hoping I can get my hand on a library copy soon. :)

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  4. Thank you for hosting today! At NC Teacher Stuff, I have posted a review of If You Lived Here: Houses Around the World:

    http://www.ncteacherstuff.blogspot.com/2012/01/nonfiction-monday-if-you-lived-here.html

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  5. Thank you for hosting - Nelson's book is on my most recent purchase order, and I can't wait to share it with my sixth graders!
    I have Maira Kalman's "Looking at Lincoln" over at my blog:
    http://tmsteach.blogspot.com/2012/01/monday-reading-challenge-roundups.html

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  6. My contribution on this MLK Nonfiction Monday is a review of a book that highlights another man's incredible work benefiting humanity -- THE MANGROVE TREE by Susan Roth and Cindy Trombore
    Anatomy of Nonfiction at
    htt://anatomyofnonfiction.blogspot.com

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  7. Thanks for hosting. Bookends Blog is Raggin' Jazzin' Rockin' today with Susan VanHecke's book: http://bookends.booklistonline.com/2012/01/16/raggin-jazzin-rockin-by-susan-vanhecke/

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  8. I've got a cute new series, Wild Baby Animals by Ruth Owens

    http://jeanlittlelibrary.blogspot.com/2012/01/nonfiction-monday-wild-baby-animals.html

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  9. I reviewed Blizzard of Glass and The Frog Scientist at
    http://msyinglingreads.blogspot.com/2012/01/nonfiction-monday-blizzard-of-glass.html
    Thanks for hosting!

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    1. Thanks for hosting NonFiction Monday today. Heart and Soul is a beautifu book! In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day today, I've posted a review of She Loved Baseball - The Effa Manley Story at http://jeannewalkerharvey.blogspot.com/2012/01/effa-manley-story.html. And I've included a link to The King Center -- today their Imaging Project went live.

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  10. Thank you for hosting. I have a snow book for a snow day:
    http://wp.me/pG1xR-hi

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  11. At Wendie's Wanderings today I've posted information about a great workshop run by Highlights called, The Craft of Nonfiction Storytelling:
    http://blog.wendieold.com/2012/01/nonfiction-monday-craft-of-nonfiction.html

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  12. I have High-Tech Olympics at SimplyScience today. Thanks for hosting.
    Shirley

    http://simplyscience.wordpress.com/2012/01/11/high-tech-olympics/

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  13. Thanks for hosting this week! I'm also in with Heart and Soul, but my reaction was different than yours.

    http://www.jenrothschild.com/2012/01/nonfiction-monday-heart-and-soul.html

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  14. Thanks for hosting today! Booktalking has Sitting for Equal Service: Lunch Counter Sit-Ins, United States, 1960s (Civil Rights Struggles Around the World)by Melody Herr http://wp.me/pa8jB-1kt

    And Marina Budhos was our blogger today on the Nonfiction Book Blast blog with From the Personal to the Global: Sugar Changed the World http://wp.me/p1o4au-dA

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  15. I reviewed Miles to Go for Freedom at http://geolibrarian.blogspot.com/2012/01/nonfiction-monday-miles-to-go-for.html.

    Thanks for hosting.

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  16. Thanks for looking after today's event.
    At Apples with Many Seeds, I've reviewed three books from the series Science Explorer Junior that gets kids thinking like scientists. Have a look.
    Thanks.
    Tammy
    http://applewithmanyseedsdoucette.blogspot.com/2012/01/science-is-everywhere.html

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  17. Thanks for hosting today! I wondered why my US clients are closed today.

    I introduced a book about house building this week.
    http://www.perogiesandgyoza.blogspot.com/2012/1/how-house-is-built.html

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