Reading New England: Nonfiction


This month for the Reading New England challenge, I’m concentrating on nonfiction. (As usual, all participants are welcome to read from any category at any time.) There’s certainly no shortage of great nonfiction of many different varieties from New England; here are some titles that caught my eye:

26FairmountMemoir and Biography

Science and Nature


YarnFarmingCurrent Events

Arts and Crafts

On my shelf, I have Writing America by Shelley Fisher Fishkin, and New England Bound by Wendy Warren, both of which I’d definitely like to get to this month as the publishers were kind enough to send them to me. Beyond that, I’ll just follow my nose. What do you plan to read this month?

6 thoughts on “Reading New England: Nonfiction

  1. What a great list! I’m not participating in the challenge, but I’ve always been interested in the rich history of these particular states.


  2. I enjoy Madeleine L’Engle’s nonfiction and really liked A Circle of Quiet. But for the challenge I am reading The Heathen School, which sounds intriguing.


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