Hello, hello, and welcome to your Nonfiction Monday Round-Up where you can see what nonfiction the kidlitosphere has been reading and writing about this week! Please add your link in the comments and I'll update this post throughout the day.
I've got a review of Sally M. Walker's fabulous book Written in Bone: Buried Lives of Jamestown and Colonial America.
StoryForce reviews I, Matthew Henson, Polar Explorer, a forceful biography by Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrated by Eric Velasquez.
Guest blogger, Paula Morrow, reviews What Kinds of Seeds Are These? at the Wild About Nature Blog.
Anastasia Suen's preparing for Earth Day next week with this book pair for K-8 over at Kid Lit Kit.
Lori at Lori Calabrese Writes! reviews Nic Bishop's Spiders.
Jill has a review of Abe's Honest Words on What's on Your Shelf?
Pam's reviewing Dazzling Dragonflies over at MotherReader.
Amanda's got a review of another Matthew Henson title - Keep On!: The Story of Matthew Henson, Co-Discoverer of the North Pole - over at A Patchwork of Books.
Mandy's added Remember Little Rock: the Time, the People, the Stories to the ACPL Mock Sibert blog. Stop by and leave your comments!
Roberta of Wrapped In Foil has reviewed Poetry Matters: Writing a Poem from the Inside Out.
Shirley at SimplyScience has a review of Ocean's Child.
Nadine from Kiddos and Books chimes in with an oldie - The Outdoors Book.
Andrew's got a post up at the Carolrhoda Books Blog on science and storytelling: What IS Science?