Kids love to read about real people, places, and events. Nonfiction books present real information in engaging and interesting ways. However, most kids read a lot more fiction than nonfiction, so spend some extra time helping your reader learn how to navigate a nonfiction book.

Use these inspiring nonfiction children's books to engage young readers and help them to learn the value of, and the difference between, fact and fiction.

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10 Great Read Aloud Science Books The 24th of February is World Read Aloud Day. It celebrates people coming together to read books, particularly adults and children. The day was originally organise...

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Reading Rockets| Growing Readers monthly tips for parents newsletters. Reading Rockets offers this free, monthly newsletter in English and Spanish, with the newsletter covering a number of great topics related to helping children become strong readers and successful students. Past articles are archived and easy to access.

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