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 library, local museum or organisation and build a session around books on a particular topic, such as local history or famous people. Our 2016 list of authors who are keen to do book group visits is still available here.
You can find out about our specific plans for 2017’s National Non-Fiction November here:
And click here to download our booklist of 100 Brilliant Non-Fiction Books for Children and Young People.
Our thanks go to Giada Giusti who designed the National Non-Fiction November logo.