Today is the final day of National Non-Fiction November – a month which we hope has seen you learn lots about the wealth and diversity of great non-fiction for children and young people.
This week was a busy week:-
Now that the month is up, we really hope you’ve enjoyed learning more about non-fiction for children and young people. Please do send any feedback about the month – what you liked, what you’d like to see more of, what other ideas you have for celebrating non-fiction – to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re hugely grateful to everyone who has participated in National Non-Fiction November.
Special thanks go to Hachette and Usborne for facilitating two Federation events as part of National Non-Fiction November. We’re also very grateful to Walker Books for making freely available a super activity sheet to go with Archie’s War by Marcia Williams.
Many thanks go to all the non-fiction authors who got on board, writing articles and helping promote discussion about non-fiction for children and young people. We’re also indebted to all the organisations, bloggers and reviewers who took part this month.
Thanks to one and all, and to all and one: Wishing you lots of interesting, engaging and enjoyable non-fiction reading!