Tell it like it is. Teens love true stories. Kids love true stories.
Whether it’s history, how-to, science, or some other informative topic, nonfiction attracts readers of all ages. Sometimes they browse the vivid photographs and end up reading the text because they’re so drawn in. Other times the informative topic draws you to the book and you learn a lot from it.
Help us choose the best in Middle Grade and Young Adult Nonfiction from 2006 by nominating your favorite. We are looking for well-written and well-researched informational books for kids and teens.
–Mindy Rhiger, Propernoun.net
Leave nomination for this category in the comments below. Nominations close Nov. 20.