Nonfiction November 2021: New on my TBR

Nonficnov 2021

#NonficNov
#nonfictionbookparty: Instagram Daily Challenge
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Here is the topic for Week 5 (Nov 29-Dec 3):

NEW TO MY TBR

Hosted by Jaymi at The OC Book Girl

It’s been a month full of amazing nonfiction books!
Which ones have made it onto your TBR?
Be sure to link back to the original blogger who posted about that book

This month, I have read about all kinds of fascinating nonfiction books I didn’t know about.
17 (!!) of them told me I should really read them! I listed them here below in the alphabetical order of the book blogs where I found them. Congratulations to Erin at Still Life, With Cracker Crumbs.., who managed to add 3 books on my TBR!!
Thanks to all who participated, it’s always an event rich in many discoveries.
It was also great to post everyday on Instagram thanks to Jaymi who organized the #nonfictionbookparty

Bookfever:

1. In the Shadow of Vesuvius: A Life of Pliny, by Daisy Dunn

Entering the Enchanted Castle (in a comment on my post about graphic nonfiction):

2. Stitches, by David Small
3. El Deafo, by Cece Bell

JulzReads:

4. The Border: A Journey Around Russia Through North Korea, China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Norway, and the Northeast Passage, by Erika Fatland
5. Ultimate Visual History of the World, by Jean-Pierre Isbouts

ReaderBuzz (in a comment on my post about graphic nonfiction):

6. Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World, by Pénélope Bagieu
–  not only added to my TBR, but already checked it out at my library!

Reading in Bed:

7. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now, by Jaron Lanier

Reading, Writing, Working, Playing:

8. What It’s Like to Be a Bird: From Flying to Nesting, Eating to Singing—What Birds Are Doing, and Why, by David Allen Sibley

Secret Library Book Blog:

9. Keeping a Nature Journal, 3rd Edition: Deepen Your Connection with the Natural World All Around You, by Clare Walker Leslie
–  already checked it out at my library

Still Life, With Cracker Crumbs…:

10. The Private Life of the Hare, by John Lewis-Stempel
11.
Wintering: A Season with Geese, by Stephen Rutt
12. World of Wonders: In Praise of Fireflies, Whale Sharks, and Other Astonishments, by Aimee Nezhukumatathil

The Intrepid Arkansawyer:

13. A Place in the Woods, by Helen Hoover

Volatile Rune:

14. The Morville Hours, by Katherine Swift

What Cathy Read Next:

15. Les chats de l’écrivaine, by Muriel Barbery

What’s Nonfiction ?:

16. You Bet Your Life: From Blood Transfusions to Mass Vaccination, the Long and Risky History of Medical Innovation, by Paul A. Offit

And I also added this one, seen on a Netgalley email – and now received:

17. After the Romanovs: Russian Exiles in Paris from the Belle Époque Through Revolution and War, by Helen Rappaport

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WHAT GREAT NONFICTION BOOK
HAVE YOU RECENTLY ADDED TO YOUR TBR?

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24 thoughts on “Nonfiction November 2021: New on my TBR

  1. I had to laugh when I read that you’d *only* added 17 books! You and I added some of the same books—Nature Journal, Visual History, Place in the Woods—but I also second the recommendations of What It’s Like to Be a Bird and World of Wonders.

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  2. Nice adds! I’ve added a few but not too many, however all these posts are leading me to books I didn’t catch the first time, so I’m not publishing my post until the end of the week!

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