Mailbox Monday – July 13

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I’ve been forgetting to do my Mailbox Monday posts because I’m usually home on Mondays but lately had to be out every Monday so I’ve forgotten for weeks. That is why I have such a long list. It’s because of that reason that I’m typing up this post early. So go check out today to see other Mailbox Mondays

Titles, Authors and acknowledgments are below and after that you’ll see the book covers and have a chance to purchase the book if you so choose. There are just too many books this week to do explanations.

* – not released yet, available for preorder

The Wackiest, Wildest, Weirdest Animals in the World by Jack Hanna (Thanks to Thomas Nelson)
The Actor and the Housewife by Shannon Hale (Thanks to Shelf Awareness and Bloomsbury)
Daughter of Dust by Wendy Wallace (A Surprise from Simon & Schuster UK) (available in UK August 09, not yet available Canada or US)
Max Said Yes: The Woodstock Story by Abigail Yasgur and Joseph Lipner (Thanks to Bostick Communications)
Julia’s Kitchen Wisdom by Julia Child (Thanks to Knopf/Random House Canada)
Obsession by Gloria Vanderbilt (Thanks to Harper Collins)
The Chosen One by Carol Lynch Williams (Thanks to St. Martin’s Press)
Oliver Has Something to Say by Pamela Edwards (Thanks to Lobster Press)
Sidikiba’s Kora Lesson by Ryan Thomas-Skinner (Thanks to Bostick Communications)
Stolen Voices by Ellen Dee Davidson (Thanks to Lobster Press)
Dear Jo by Christina Kilbourne (Thanks to Lobster Press)
* The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by Willian Kamkwamba (Thanks to Shelf Awareness and Harper Collins)
* Ruined by Paula Morris (A Surprise from Scholastic)
Sea Change by Amy Friedman (A Surprise from Scholastic)
* And Then Everything Unraveled by Jennifer Sturman (A Surprise from Scholastic)
The Great Plague by Pamela Oldfield (A Surprise from Scholastic)


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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.