Week 10: Informational books

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The books that we discussed in class and a couple others to think about as informational books:

  • Arato, Rona. 2013. The last train: a Holocaust story. Toronto, Ontario: Owlkids.
  • Beaty, Andrea, and David Roberts. 2016. Ada Twist, scientist. New York: Abrams Books for Young Readers.
  • Bryant, Jennifer, and Melissa Sweet. 2014. The right word: Roget and his thesaurus. Grand Rapids MI : Eerdmans Books for Young Readers.
  • Gomi, Taro, and Amanda Mayer Stinchecum. 2009. Everyone poops. La Jolla, CA: Kane Miller.
  • Ellis, Deborah. 2012. Kids of Kabul: Living bravely through a never-ending war. Toronto : Groundwood Books.
  • McIntyre, Marina. 2015. National Theatre: All about theatre. United Kingdom : Walker Books.
  • Rosen, Michael, and Quentin Blake. 2011. Michael Rosen’s sad book. London: Walker.
  • Silverberg, Cory, and Fiona Smyth. 2015. Sex is a funny word. New York, NY: Seven Stories Press.
  • Sis, Petr. 2008. The wall: growing up behind the Iron Curtain. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
  • Smith, David J., and Steve Adams. 2015. If: a mind-bending new way of looking at big ideas and numbers. Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: New Frontier Publishing.
  • Vande Griek, Susan, and Karen Reczuch. 2012. Loon. Toronto: Groundwood Books/House of Anansi Press.
  • Vermond, Kira, and Julie McLaughlin. 2014. Why we live where we live. Toronto; Berkeley, CA : Owlkids Books.

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