I recently started acquiring middle grade non-fiction and it's been so much fun I can barely consider it work.
Brooklyn Bridge is the latest book I've read in this category. Published in 2001 it's a lovely lyrical look at the building of the iconic "New York and Brooklyn Bridge!"
When I turned the last page, I went to the MTA map to figure out which subway got me closest cause all I wanted to do was go see what I had just read about.
I know these books are intended for young readers, but surely I can be in that group, right?
Here's another that will delight you.
Have you discovered juvenile non-fiction?
Do you have any favorites?
I'm looking for good stuff to read.
And yes, when you start acquiring in a new category, the first thing you do is
(all together now!)
read 100 books in that category!