Nonfiction Monday: Belated Hosting

First of all, my sincere apologies as I forgot when I left Christmas Day that I was hosting on December 27.  It was the first Christmas away from our one daughter and her family as they relocated to southern Oregon in November.  We visited them and Internet access was limited.

So I am thick into the deciding with my panel on the shortlist for the CYBILS NFPB, therefore I am skipping an actual review.  I will list the book reviews I did receive.

First up is Bookends is featuring The Chiru of High Tibet. (This should have been my first clue something was up today.)

Roberta’s blog Wrapped in Foil is featuring Mammoths and Mastodons.

Lisa at Shelf-Employed is featuring T is for Taj Mahal.

Shirley at Simply Science has Oceans and Seas by Margaret Hynes for our consideration.

Abby the Librarian takes to the air with Soar, Elinor.

Are you interested in acrostics?  Take alook at Wild About Nature, where African Acrostics: A Word in Edgeways is reviewed.

If there is anyone else lingering out there with a nonfiction book review, please leave me a comment or email me at macrush53 @yahoodotcom.  Again my apologies for missing this.

Happy Reading.  I am off to do some TOP SECRET CYBILS work. Stay tuned on Saturday January 1, 2011 for the big announcement.



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