As someone who primarily writes fiction, I’m intrigued by elements of nonfiction. These authors show me new ways of storytelling, and open avenues that I may not have thought to explore.
Seven Golden Rings, Rajana LaRocca, illustrated by Archana Sreenivasan
LaRocca brings readers right along on this beautiful math journey about binary numbers.
Magic Ramen: The Story of Momofuko Ando, Andrea Wang, illustrated by Kana Urbanowicz
Biographies are endlessly fascinating, and when you add in food—I’m hooked. This book is delicious!
You’re Invited to a Moth Ball, Loree Griffin Burns, photos by Ellen Harasimowicz
Bugs are beautiful “party” guests in this evocative book about what we can spot in our own backyard.
We Are Grateful: Otsaliheliga, Traci Sorell, illustrated by Frane Lessac
Seasons, festivals, and little things—the Cherokee Nation expresses gratitude for things big and small. I am grateful for this book!
Money, entrepreneurship, and a whole lot of dirt!