Non-Fiction Friday

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Non-Fiction Friday is a link-up where you can find all of the awesome non-fiction happenings of the week. Be sure to link-up your non-fiction posts too!


Non-Fiction News and Resources

  • The 2014 RBC Taylor Prize for excellence in non-fiction short list is out. I don’t read a lot of award winning books, but my experiences have been so good (The Emperor of All Maladies, Five Days At Memorial) I’d love to read more.
  • I just searched Pinterest for non-fiction and all of the kids non-fiction projects that came up made me happy. They’re just so cute!
  • The Library Journal Non-Fiction Previews are one my favorite sources for non-fiction new releases.
  • Speaking of which, here’s some new non-fiction this week:
    • Cut Me Loose: Sin and Salvation After My Ultra-Orthodox Girlhood 
    • Careless People: Murder, Mayhem, and the Invention of the Great Gatsby 
    • Our America: A Hispanic History of the United States
    • Danubia: A Personal History of Habsburg Europe

  

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  1. Shannon @ River City Reading

    That’s a good list of books coming out next week! I read Careless People and will have a review coming up :)
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    • I’m always excited by how many good non-fiction new releases there are when I go looking for them. I’ll be excited to hear what you thought of Careless People! I didn’t love The Great Gatsby, but it’s a fascinating time period and I do like books about books :)

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  2. Amanda

    A) I really love this feature!
    B) Cut Me Loose looks great. Definitely adding it to my want list.
    Amanda recently posted…Book Review: Ecstasy in Darkness by Gena Showalter (Series, #5) (Bottom of TBR Pile Challenge)My Profile

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    • Thanks Amanda! Cut Me Loose is definitely the book I’m most interested in. I love a memoirs, especially those about people with experiences somewhat different from my own :)

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  3. C.J. @ ebookclassics

    Love the non-fiction projects for kids! I might try some out with my oldest. I forget I should probably try to introduce non-fiction as much as fiction.
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    • I’m not sure I had any experience with non-fiction in school, so it made me really happy to see these project. It’s great that some younger students are learning about non-fiction :)

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  4. Allison @ The Book Wheel

    Oooh, Careless People sounds like something I’d like just from the title… Clicking over to Goodreads now :)
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    • I love how much information non-fiction books manage to share in just a title! This one appealed to me because I’d like to read more books about books. It’s such a fun genre :)

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