National Non-Fiction November is the Federation of Children’s Book Groups’ annual celebration of all things factual. Born out of National Non-Fiction Day, the brain child of Adam Lancaster during his years as Chair, the whole month now celebrates all those readers that have a passion for information and facts and attempts to bring non fiction celebration in line with those of fiction.
Why not celebrate National Non-Fiction November by arranging an author visit or exploring one of the many types of non-fiction books for children and young people, any time during the month of November? You could team up with a local museum or organisation and build a session around books on a particular topic, such as local history or famous people. Click here to download our 2016 database of non-fiction authors who are keen to do book group visits!
You can find out about our specific plans for 2016’s National Non-Fiction November here: http://www.fcbg.org.uk/national-non-fiction-november-2016/
And click here to download our new booklist 100 Brilliant Non-Fiction Books for Children and Young People.
Our thanks go to Giada Giusti who designed the National Non-Fiction November logo.