Nontraditional Nonfiction Monday, it has arrived. What’s with the “Nontraditional”? We’re switching things up this week and encouraging bloggers to write a book review in a style different than their norm. If you have a post to add, leave a comment with a link – I’ll be compiling the posts below as the day goes on. Be sure to check back tomorrow (May 25th), to vote for your favorite review. The winner will receive a 25$ gift card from Schuler Books & Music.
And now, together with the immensely talented Julie from the blog Hi Miss Julie!, we present the world’s first book review in song form:
Nontraditional Nonfiction Monday continues…
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Mandy reviews Are You a Dragonfly? at Enjoy and Embrace Learning.
Sarah has a conversational review of On Beyond a Million at In Need of Chocolate.
Shelf-employed doubles the fun with two nontraditional reviews: a tweet review and a toon review of Zeus: King of the Gods.
Whoa. Abby has a crossword puzzle review of The Hive Detectives at Abby (the) Librarian.
Janelle at Brimful Curiosities goes crazy and has characters from one book (Rhyming Dust Bunnies) review another book (Rabbits (Blastoff! Readers: Farm Animals)).
A Fuse #8 Production brings us the world’s first gum based review (of Pop: The Invention of Bubble Gum).
Kim reviews Lily’s Victory Garden at Wild About Nature.
Cindy and Lynn give Borrowed Names the Animoto treatment at Bookends.
Check It Out has a review of Live Writing: Breathing Life Into Your Words.
Roberta has a photocomic YouTube review of Planet Hunter at Wrapped in Foil.
Shirley reviews Can an Old Dog Learn New Tricks? at Simply Science Blog.
Amazing. Kate channels the title characters in her review of The Fabulous Feud of Gilbert and Sullivan at Book Aunt.
Lori Calabrese has a un-ordinary review of This is Rocket Science at her site.
Lucy Was Robbed reviews The Full Spectrum.
Semicolon Blog has a traditional nontraditional review of Pythagoras and the Ratios.
Wendie reviews a cold book on a hot day. The Story of Snow at Wendie’s Wanderings.
A traditional review of a nontraditional book. Kelly reviews The Extraordinary Mark Twain (According to Susy) at Writing and Ruminating.
Rasco from RIF gets acrostic with her review of From Caterpillar to Butterfly.
Anastasia reviews Turtle, Turtle, Watch Out! at Picture Book of the Day.
Bookscoops has a review of Bubble Homes and Fish Farts.
Bookmoot reviews A Journey Through Literary America.