Delicious Links for January 10, 2010

January 10, 2010 @ 7:41 am | Filed under: Books, Links, TBR

Have resolved to make better use of my Delicious account to keep track of books I read about online and want to remember to check out. Such as:

  • The Miss Rumphius Effect: National Puzzle Month – Great Reads – “Here are some books and/or series that will encourage readers put on their thinking caps. Also included are links to related puzzling resources.” I keep forgetting to check out Winston Breen. Flagging this post so I’ll remember!
  • A Year of Reading: Predicting the Caldecott and Newbery Winners 2010Mary Lee’s Franki’s predictions, including: “My very favorite picture book of the year, as you all know is OTIS by Loren Long and it is my hope and prediction for the Caldecott.”
  • Chasing Ray – Nonfiction Books for Curious Readers – Science book recommendations including Houghton Mifflin’s Scientists in the Field series & Extreme Scientists—looks like stuff up Jane’s alley. Also of interest: “Finally, after reading Anastasia Suen’s Wired, I was reminded yet again of how valuable nonfiction picture books truly are. This patiently written step-by-step overview of electricity’s journey from dam to living room light switch is truly a brilliant book. Suen completely demystifies the process making it clear to even the least technologically inclined.”


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  1. These are great links. As my older daughter has gotten more and more interested in reading non-fiction together, I’ve been amazed at all the wonderful non-fiction picture books that are available. We just read an amazing one after lunch, What Bluebirds Do by Pamela Kirby. Non-Fiction Monday has become my favorite blogging event.

  2. Melissa,
    They are actually Franki’s Newbery/Caldecott predictions. Mine are coming later this week!
    Thanks for the linky-love, nevertheless!
    ML

  3. Whoops, Mary Lee, sorry about that! Thank you! I’ll correct it above. 🙂

  4. I loved that National Puzzle Month post as well. I had read some of them, but requested the Winston Breen book from the library. I think it’s been on my Amazon wishlist for a while.

    I’m actually inspired to get the family going on a group jigsaw puzzle — just need to find a card table somewhere!

  5. Delicious confuses me. I just use my Google Bookmarks :o) But this is a really cool idea for a weekly feature post!

  6. Oh, I’m going to put a hold on Wired right now, to read with my daughter. Thanks (to you and to Colleen).