Carnival for Children’s Literature 2013 – non-fiction

Phew! This is the last, but not the least, of the posts for the Carnival for Children’s Literature 2013. This post is about non-fiction.

As there are a lot of categories, I decided to post them all separately.We have Early Literacy followed by: Fictionillustrationinterviewsnon-fiction, and poetry.

Anastasia, Booktalking, talking about deserts.

It’s so fun to bake for the holidays. Dessert Designer: Creations You Can Make and Eat! shows kids how to make their baking look like art!


Lisa from Shelf-employed is talking about the book, The Reason I Jump – a review.

I usually feature children’s book on Shelf-employed, however, this book, like Temple Grandin’s, How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World, should be a “must-read” for teachers and librarians, and anyone who would like to hear “The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year Old Boy with Autism.”

Iron Guy Carl, Boys Rule Boys Read!, writes about Two biographies of special interest for boys.

And that’s all folks, I hope that you enjoyed reading all of these posts and that you all got something form them. For details on the next carnival please refer to the founder of the carnival,  Anastasia Suen.

Published by Michelle Moloney King

Bookish and paintish! Mother, wife, teacher, and follower of flow.

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