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November 16, 2009



Sweet I am not the only one linking my Monday Post on a Tuesday. I feel much better.

Let Freedom Sing by Vanessa Newton


Here comes my Nonfiction Monday on a Tuesday, again. I'm doing About Penguins by Cathryn Sill at --


Better late than never - every time we tried to post we got a phone call about tomorrow's New Moon party. Here's a book about a guy who needed to be locked in a room with some hungry Volturi...

Sarah N.

Thanks for hosting. I forgot to add my link earlier this morning :) I've reviewed Dinosaurs in Your Backyard:


Hey, coming in a little late

Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice

Thank You


Hi Tina,

Thanks from me too!

I have Lost Worlds, by John Howe:


Hi. Thank you for hosting. Here is mine:
Two reviews of books about math.

Lynn Rutan

We are coming in this afternoon with Redwoods by Jason Chin at Bookends: Thanks for hosting Nonfiction Monday!

Lynn Rutan


MotherReader has Zero Is the Leaves on the Trees at

Thanks for hosting!

Anastasia Suen

Thanks for hosting, Tina. Picture Book of the Day is reading Cool Cars and Trucks by Sean Kenney.


Thank you for hosting. There are some terrific books this week!

I wrote about three of my favorite theater books at Owl in the Library.


Thanks for hosting this week, Tina!

Kim Hutmacher posted a review of Up, Up and Away by Ginger Wadsworth at the Wild About Nature blog.


Hi Tina,

I'm in today with a review of How To Build Your Own Country.

Thanks for hosting this shindig!

Robin Gaphni

Thanks so much for hosting, Tina. Today I wrote about Never Smile at a Monkey at The Book Nosher.

Shirley Duke

Thanks for hosting. Today I have The Ant's Nest at SimplyScience.


Good Morning,

Roberta explores Steve Parker's Ferns, Mosses & Other Spore-Producing Plants at

Thanks for hosting,

Lori Calabrese

Hey Tina!

I enjoyed reading your post about just starting out writing for children. I still laugh at my very first manuscript, but it's a reminder that if you write everyday, you will get better! Your art made me smile, too! :)

For nonfiction Monday, I review Dinosaurs (Learning in Action).

Have a great day!


I have a review up of the series, What's the Weather Like? at A Patchwork of Books. Thanks!


It's my first Nonfiction Monday post! I've reviewed Tony Medina's I and I here:


Jennifer at Jean Little Library has reviewed two books on the American Revolution.

Rasco from RIF

Hello to all! While not technically a non-fiction book, the author Jeannette Walls herself labeled it "A True Life Novel" about her grandmother, a follow up to THE GLASS CASTLE. HALF BROKE HORSES is a thought provoking look at a strong woman in tough times; scroll to end of this WEEK'S END:

Happy Non-Fiction Monday!
Carol Rasco from RIF


Thanks for hosting this week!

Over at Abby (the) Librarian, I'm reviewing Faith by Maya Ajmera, Magda Nakassis, and Cynthia Pon.

Happy Nonfiction Monday!


Thanks for hosting! This week, I reviewed "The Road of Lost Innocence," a YA auto-biography of Cambodian anti-prostitution activist Somaly Mam at Bookish Blather:

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