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Non-Fiction Insert for Reading Journals - What I like about this is most common source is upper left and least commonly used source is in lower right, with others sources from most to least used based on their relationship to these 2 corners.

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Explorers Who Made It... Or Died Trying

Commended, Best Books for Kids and Teens, Canadian Children's Book Centre, 2012. Short-listed, OLA SIlver Birch Award - Non-Fiction, 2013. Short-listed, Red Cedar Award (BC Young Readers' Choice), 2012. Short-listed, Rocky Mountain Book Award (Alberta Children's Choice), 2013. http://www.scholastic.ca/books/view/explorers-who-made-it-or-died-trying

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Fiction vs. non-fiction: Which is better?

The Far Side of the Sky by Daniel Kalla... looks like a good WW II read about the plight of the Jews in Shanghai, China.

Nine Things You Need to Know Before You Write Your Non-Fiction Book http://www.thecreativepenn.com/2012/06/05/write-a-non-fiction-book/#

Nonfiction Matters! Very cool idea- each flap then has an example of each of the text structures that the student create themselves.

I, Claudius. "To Read" list. I'm not sure if it's obvious yet, but I love History, fiction or non-fiction.

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Top Ten Tuesdays — 10 Non-fiction Books for the Novel Lover

Because I like the idea of non-fiction books.

Nine Things You Need to Know Before You Write Your Non-Fiction Book | The Creative Penn

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How To Blog A Book: Write, Publish, and Promote Your Work One Post At A Time

Well, yeah, it's the best way to create a non-fiction book. Can't argue with that. But no matter what, you still need to do the work :) >> How to Blog a Book

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Hitting the Books: Summer Reading Recommends

"This book offers information that has deeply changed the way I think about myself and how I work in the world. It also contains essential suggestions for classroom instruction and learning in general. Every teacher, principal, and parent should read this book." -Elena Aguilar