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4 Non-Fiction Book Recommendations
2017 Nonfiction for YA and Middle Grade Readers
Looking for more great nonfiction book suggestions for middle schoolers? You are here Home Submit. Highlights the life and accomplishments of the man who challenged the legality of imprisoning Japanese Americans during World War II, describing the prejudice he and other Japanese Americans experienced and his long struggle for justice. Back from the Brink answers these questions and more as it delves into the threats to seven species, and the scientific and political efforts to coax them back from the brink of extinction. This rich, informational look at the problem of extinction has a hopeful tone: all of these animals' numbers are now on the rise. Marc Favreau documents the Great Depression--a time when Americans from all walks of life fell victim to poverty, insecurity, and fear--and tells the incredible story of how they survived and, ultimately, thrived.
In school, year-old readers in 6th grade are reading more nonfiction books than ever.
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Fiction Book Lists By Age:
And in the midst of perusing publisher catalogs to do so, I got asked for recommended titles for , which only made me feel like this is really a thing we as a reading community and we as in us here can do as bloggers. Many nonfiction titles go for the age range, which cuts through both the YA and middle grade field. Thus, some of these titles will certainly fall on the younger side while others, the older side. This guide covers some December titles, and it follows through to May Get ready to get your nonfiction reading on. All publication dates are via publisher catalogs on Edelweiss and all descriptions are from Goodreads.
While some kids naturally gravitate toward informational writing, those who love a good story often feel that reading nonfiction is a chore. Drawing from my web site Bookopolis. History meets humor as readers learn about the rivalry and friendship between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams and about the issues they tackled in the early days of American government. Recommended for 4th grade and up. The delightfully entertaining history of gum and of how our modern-day love of bubble gum came to be.