2008 Nominations
Non-Fiction MG/YA Books

Facts First! Don’t fall under the
misconception that facts are boring. Facts can break boundaries. Facts
can open eyes. Facts can inspire. Facts can do anything fiction can do.
Maybe more. Not that we don’t love fiction, but nonfiction has been a
special focus of many bloggers in the kidlitosphere since the inception
of Nonfiction Monday for good reason. We want to highlight the best of
2008 in informational books for kids and teens.–The Editors

We’re also drawing the
line between this category and the younger non-fiction titles by, well,
looking at the drawings.  If the book’s more than 48 pages, has more
text and seems geared for somewhat older kids, you’re probably right.
Put it here.

–Mindy Rhiger and the editors

Please leave a nomination — including
author and title — in the comments below. One nomination per person,
per category, please.