Neat and Nifty Non Fiction

I am always so pleased when a non fiction text finds its way to me. I always exercise my right as a reader to dip in and out, learning new things, studying the illustrative style, and figuring out how best to share the book. These non fiction books have been enjoyed over the past couple of weeks and even now, while writing, I have paused to re-read, re-imagine and find something new. All will find their way into the hands of children next term!

The World’s Most Pointless Animals by Philip Bunting, Published by Happy Yak, Quarto

The Ancient City of Liangzhu, Unlocking It’s Secrets by Liu Bin, Yu JingJing and Zeng QiQi, Published by Little Steps Publishing

Atlas of Amazing Architecture by Peter Allen, Published by Cicada Books

How to be a Vet and other Animal Jobs by Dr Jess French and Sol Linero, Published by Nosy Crow

Blow, Wind, Blow by Dom Conlon and Anastasia Izlesou, Published by Graffeg

3 Comments

  1. Wow these books look great! They are just so different to what older non fiction books look like and I know our pupils would be hooked!
    I am so keen to transform our school library non fiction shelves as they are so dated & jumbled.
    Any suggestions of places to try & get funding?

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