From dinosaurs to sports, mummies to the Industrial Revolution, the facts and mysteries of the world intrigue imagination and inspire learning. Human curiosity -- the fascination with the who, what, where and why of life begins early, and that's why good nonfiction is so important, according to the authors of a new book, "Making Facts Come Alive: Choosing Quality Nonfiction Literature K-8."
Hyatt, Kay, "New Book Guides Selection and Use of Quality Nonfiction for Children" (1997). General University of Maine Publications. 1829.
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