What's the Dewey Number for Star Wars?: Nonfiction Numbers You Should Know, Part 3
By Tori Hamilton, Children's Library Associate, Glenpool Library
Want your children to read more nonfiction? It starts with teaching them how. When was the last time you read an entire cookbooks straight through? That's right, with nonfiction, readers generally dip in, find what they need, and save the rest for later. When children don't feel pressured to read the entire book from start to finish, nonfiction titles become much more appealing! Try some of these nonfiction numbers to find books that invite children to sample as much or as little as they desire.