Here’s a round-up of a few non-fiction kidlit titles I read recently, short and quick and digestible!
The Anthropocene, if you are also confused, is basically the name of the age we live in now.
There’s so much heart in this book—Peggy clearly has a deep, deep love for the Reagans, and she transmits that to the page very well.
“Read the news; don’t make any”
There are a few couples out there that get, no matter the moment, an unwavering show of support from the world and that we know are meant for the long-haul.
I always loved Full House growing up, it was my Friends before I discovered Friends in late middle school/high school. When Aunt Becky was arrested back in March/April, I decided to rewatch Full House from the beginning. And yes, I watch Fuller House too. And if Steve and DJ don’t end up together I will…
It’s not even been a full year since the absolute sensation that was the confirmation trial of Brett Kavanaugh and boy, were we all tried.
If you watch the news at all, you know Jon Meacham
I picked up Thanks Obama by David Litt, a White House speech writer who now runs Funny or Die in DC. I was not disappointed.
The story of the girl who was shot by the Taliban for going to school is well-known now that that girl, Malala Yousafzai, has won the Nobel Peace Prize
The 57 Bus is true crime meets social justice meets great reporting.
If you like well-researched and well-written nonfiction on hot-button issues like diversity, police, and the modern political moment, look no further than the books of Heather MacDonald.