2022 Nonfiction Reader Challenge Monthly Spotlight #2

 

Welcome to the Monthly Spotlight for the

2022 Nonfiction Reader Challenge!

Each month I’m highlighting some of the reviews shared for the challenge in the linky

Don’t forget to link each book you read as you read during the year!

I encourage you to support all participants who have shared what they are reading for the challenge. Give them a like, leave them a comment, share their posts on Facebook, twitter, or instagram #ReadNonFicChal

Need some inspiration? Check out these posts

SOCIAL HISTORY and POPULAR SCIENCE

LANGUAGE and MEDICAL MEMOIR

CLIMATE/WEATHER and CELEBRITY

REFERENCE and GEOGRAPHY

LINKED TO A PODCAST and WILD ANIMALS

ECONOMICS and PUBLISHED IN 2022

2022 Nonfiction Reader Challenge Monthly Spotlight #1

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IN FEBRUARY…

[ECONOMICS]

 

On The Lonely Century: How to Restore Human Connection in a World That’s Pulling Apart by Noreen Hertz, Bookshelf Discoveries writes, “I found this a fascinating book,  incredibly well researched and full of interesting anecdotes, interviews and statistics.”

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[RELATED TO A PODCAST]

 

Barbara of Stray Thoughts enjoyed  The Middle Matters: Why That (Extra)Ordinary Life Looks Really Good on You by Lisa Jo Baker which, “discusses the impact of our middle years in eight areas: our bodies, marriage, parenting (which gets two chapters), our homes, failures, friendship, and faith.” Lisa Jo Baker cohosts a podcast Christie Purifoy called Out of the Ordinary.

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[GEOGRAPHY]

 

“There are just so many interesting facts here. I loved poring over these pages.“ Jen at the Introverted Reader writes of North American Maps for Curious Minds: 100 New Ways to See the Continent by Matthew Bucklan & Victor Cizek Illustrated by: Jack Dunnington

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[SOCIAL HISTORY]

 

Carla of Carla Loves to Read shares her thoughts about four ‘animated readings’ related to Black History aimed at children,  Let the Children March by Monica Clark-Robinson Illustrate by Frank Morrison, Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre by Carole Boston Weatherford, Illustrated by Floyd Cooper, Schomburg: The Man Who Built a Library by Carole Boston Weatherford Illustrated by Eric Velasquez, and William Still and His Freedom Stories: The Father of the Underground Railroad by Don Tate

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[PUBLISHED IN 2022]

 

From The Bashful Bookworm comes a review for Drop Acid by David Perlmutter, she writes, “I found this book gives the reader a good scientific background of the role of uric acid, told in a way that most readers can understand.  And the book gives a good solid way for readers to lower uric acid levels using diet and supplements.”.

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What will you be reading in March?


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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Emma
    Mar 05, 2022 @ 17:46:59

    I like the look of The Middle Matters. One to check out.

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  2. Barbara Harper
    Mar 06, 2022 @ 02:07:30

    Thanks for the mention!

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  3. Susan
    Mar 06, 2022 @ 02:24:53

    I guess I need to link some of my nonfiction reviews to the linky. There’s a couple memoirs in March by Amy Bloom and Sarah Polley that look interesting for nonfiction reads.

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