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Nonfiction Monday Contribution by GatheringBooks

Hi! Thank you so much for hosting. I also like the inspired way in which the Hummingbird book used quilts as an art-design - I haven't seen that done in any of the picture books I've read so far, I must check that book out.

This is our Nonfiction Monday contribution over at GatheringBooks: Pablo Neruda, Poet of the People - a picturebook by Monica Brown and Julie Paschkis.


Thank you for hosting today! Hummingbirds is a great choice. I have posted a review of After the Kill which takes place on the Serengeti Plain:


Django: World's Greatest Jazz Guitarist

I enjoyed over the weekend: Django: World's Greatest Jazz Guitarist by Bonnie Christensen and have posted about it at http://bit.ly/pvJJ8b.

Thank you for hosting today! And I am delighted to find this hummingbird book for several people whom I know that "feed" them and get great enjoyment from watching them!

Last Monday, Wild About Nature blog reviewed April Pulley Sayre's book, Honk! Honk! Goose! Canada Geese Start a Family. This week, we have an interview with this very prolific writer.


Thanks for hosting this week!

Over at Abby the Librarian, I have a review of Drawing from Memory by Allen Say!


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The Incredible Life of Balto

Thanks for hosting! I review The Incredible Life of Balto by Meghan McCarthy: http://blog.schoollibraryjournal.com/afuse8production/2011/07/11/review-of-the-day-the-incredible-life-of-balto-by-meghan-mccarthy/

Book Review Writing Young Adult Fiction for Dummies

You're the perfect host! I just posted a review of Writing Young Adult Fiction for Dummies by Deborah Halverson.


Hello! Thanks for hosting. At 100 Scope Notes I review Ask a Bug http://100scopenotes.com/2011/07/11/nonfiction-monday-ask-a-bug/

My selection is Food Creations: from hot dogs to ice cream cones written by Jacqueline A. Ball.

Two buggy books today: Insect Dectective and Bugs for Lunch at http://bookmuse.wordpress.com
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Bookends is blogging about Strange Creatures: The Story of Walter Rothschild and His Museum:

Great nonfiction round-up today! Thanks for hosting Nonfiction Monday!

Over at the Nonfiction Detectives blog we have reviews of A Butterfly is Patient, Drawing from Memory, The Case of the Vanishing Golden Frogs, and Hurricane Katrina (True book series).

The Nonfiction Detectives

I blogged about Sally M. Walker's BLIZZARD OF GLASS today, if you'd care to add it to your list. (I'm a bit late getting the post up; sorry about that.)

Here's a link: http://lgburns.livejournal.com/190579.html

All best,
Loree Burns

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