Category: Nonfiction

[Nonfiction Wednesday] The Remarkable Story of “Schomburg: The Man Who Built a Library”

Fats here. We are delighted to join the Nonfiction Picture Book meme 2017 hosted by Alyson Beecher @ Kid Lit Frenzy. We would also be linking our nonfiction choices with our reading themes throughout the year. Written by Carole Boston Weatherford Illustrated by Eric Velasquez Published by Candlewick Press (2017) ISBN-10: 076368046X ISBN-13: 978-0763680466 Copy provided by Medina County District Library. ...

[Nonfiction Wednesday] Knowing More About “Refugees and Migrants” by Roberts and Kai

Myra here. We are delighted to join the Nonfiction Picture Book meme 2017 hosted by Alyson Beecher @ Kid Lit Frenzy. We would also be linking our nonfiction choices with our reading themes throughout the year. Before I share my review this week, I would like to invite you all to join our Literary Voyage Around the World Reading Challenge ...

[Nonfiction Wednesday] Finding Sanctuary Even In “Stormy Seas”

Myra here. We are delighted to join the Nonfiction Picture Book meme 2017 hosted by Alyson Beecher @ Kid Lit Frenzy. We would also be linking our nonfiction choices with our reading themes throughout the year. I first heard of this title from Nadine Bailey, Canadian International School’s Librarian Extraordinaire who blogs at InformativeFlights. I believe it was during ...

[Poetry Friday] On Giving Thanks

Fats here. There are so many things that I’m thankful for this year. If I had to share only one, I’d have to say that I am most grateful for having found a reasonably priced apartment with a two-car attached garage. Winter is coming, so Daniel and I feel very fortunate that we do not ...

[Nonfiction Wednesday] “The World is Not a Rectangle” by Jeanette Winter

Fats here. The World is Not a Rectangle A Portrait of Architect Zaha Hadid Written and illustrated by Jeaneatte Winter Published by Beach Lane Books (2017) ISBN-10: 148144669X ISBN-13: 978-1481446693 Copy provided by Rocky River Public Library. All photos were downloaded from the Internet. I don’t remember how I came across this book. I do remember that ...