Nonfiction for Middle Schoolers
Find a range of informational and entertaining titles for your advancing reader.
It's Disgusting--And We Ate It!: True Food Facts from Around the World--And Throughout History!
by James E. Solheim Illustrated by Eric Brace
How about a nice dish of Colonial Squirrel Pie with a side of milkweed shoots? If that doesn't grab you, you might think about trying some Garbage Stew, just like they made in medieval England. But if you're feeling a little tired and need a boost, your best bet is roasted spiders.Read More
Encyclopedia of Planet Earth: Encyclopedia of Planet Earth
by Anna Claybourne
Packed with stunning photos, beautiful illustrations, and engaging details, this comprehensive overview of the structure and development of our planet explores climate and weather, earthquakes and volcanoes, plants and animals, and much more.Read More
The Great Brain Book: An Inside Look at the Inside of Your Head
by H. P. Newquist , Harvey P. Newquist
The human brain is an amazingly complex and powerful organ. With its interesting text and detailed illustrations and photos, this book describes the various parts of the brain and their functions. The history of man's quest to understand the brain is lenRead More
Animals in the House: A History of Pets and People
by Sheila Keenan
Everything you've ever wanted to know and more about our favorite companions. Animals in the House scampers through the history of pets and people and takes a closer look at today's most popular pets.