Fiction is fun, no doubt, but sometimes you just need to know the facts! Whether you want to know more about planets or bugs or volcanoes or flowers or how to make a cake, nonfiction is fascinating.
Seymour Simon is an author who started out as a school teacher - he first wrote an article for Scholastic Magazines in 1963 about what astronauts might find on the moon. Since then he's written more than 250 books - your neighborhood branch of the public library probably has a few copies on their shelves! You can browse his site as well to find interviews, his blog, and more - signing up is free. (Note: he does have some fiction as well, but most of his work is nonfiction with great pictures.)
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