Up next is the Non-Fiction preview highlighting stories of real life heroes, science books and how-to guides!
- YA superstar Ally Carter gives kids writing advice in Dear Ally, How Do You Write A Book? by Ally Carter (Ages 12 and up)
- The Scholastic Focus Roundup has four exciting new narrative non-fiction books for middle grade and young adult readerscoming this spring. Here are the featured titles:
- Dark Sky Rising: Reconstruction and the Dawn of Jim Crowby Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Tonya Bolden (Ages 9-12)
- The Greatest Treasure Hunt in History: The Story of the Monuments Men by Robert M. Edsel (Ages 9-12)
- Captured: An American Prisoner of War in North Vietnam by Alvin Townley (Ages 12 and up)
- The Lady Is a Spy: Virginia Hall, World War II Hero of the French Resistance by Don Mitchell (Ages 12 and up)
- Three picture books bring science and art to life.
- The Astronaut Who Painted The Moon by Dean Robbins (Ages 4-6)
- A Ray of Light by Walter Wick (Ages 6-8)
- Even More Lesser Spotted Animals by David Fickling (Ages 7-10)
- Plus, you’ll find new additions to the Klutz Jr. line – made especially for kids from Ages 4-6!Like what you see?
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