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  • List of authors who have written non-fiction (informational) books for children. For a discussion of the criteria used to define something as a work of children's literature, see children's literature. * Peter Ackroyd (UK, born 1949) – history * David A. Adler (US, born 1947) – biographies * Jules Archer (US, 1915–2008) – US history and politics * Philip Ardagh (UK, born 1961) – history, archaeology, mythology * Jennifer Armstrong (US, born 1961) – exploration * Nick Arnold (UK, born 1964) – science, zoology * Russell Ash (UK, 1946–2010) – reference inc. The Top 10 of Everything * Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (UK) – Scouting * Kelly Barnhill (US) – sewers, medicine * Thelma and Corydon Bell (US) – science, weather, time * Aliki Brandenberg (US) – history * Maria Elizabeth Budden (UK) – history and upbringing * Brian P. Cleary (US) – words, measurements * Daniel Cohen (US) – UFOs, the occult, ghosts, crypto-zoology * Joanna Cole (US) – science * Sneed B. Collard (US) – science, biology, conservation * Esther Copley (UK) – slavery, Bible natural history * Peter Corey (UK) – relationships, psychology, self-help. Coping With... * Terry Deary (UK) – history, true stories * Dougal Dixon (UK) – futuristic zoology * Dorcas Dole (England) – Quakerism * Eleanor Doorly (UK) – history, biography * Evelyn Everett-Green (UK) – biography * Fanny Fern (1811–1872) – humor, society * Mrs. E. M. Field (Ireland) – history * Leonard Everett Fisher (US) – colonial American craftsmen, legendary figures * Russell Freedman (US) – history and biography * Jackie French (Australia) – Australian history, natural history * Jean Fritz (US) – US history and legend * Anita Ganeri (UK) – geography * Gail Gibbons (US) – folklore, zoology, geography, history * Roger Lancelyn Green (UK) – myth, folklore, biography * Richard Gunn (UK) – road transport * Gerald Hausman (US) – biography, mythology, folklore * Gail Hennessey (US) – economics, biography * Don Herbert (US) – science * Susie Hodge (UK) – art history, practical art, history, science, religion, biography * James Janeway (England) – A Token For Children: stories of conversions * William Loren Katz (US) – African-American and Native American history * Kathleen Krull (US) – biography, music, folklore * Poul Lange (Denmark and USA) – simple anatomy (body orifices) * Kathryn Lasky (US) – history, biography * Julius Lester (US) – African-American history * David Macaulay (US) – architecture, technology, design * John Malam (UK) – ancient history, archaeology, biography, natural history * Jane Marcet (UK) – chemistry, political economy, grammar * Mrs Markham (UK, real name Elizabeth Penrose – English history * Sandra Markle (US) – science * Cotton Mather (US) – A Token for the Children of New England: stories of conversions * Fredrick McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Patricia McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Arthur Mee (UK) – reference, British geography * Milton Meltzer (US) – Jewish, African-American and American history, biography * Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk (UK), heraldry, royalty, Scottish clans * Jim Murphy (author) (US) – US history * L. du Garde Peach (UK) – historical biography * Pickles (pen name of Lisa Tolliver) – educational activity books * Ferry Piekart (NL) – cultural anthropology * Kjartan Poskitt (UK) – maths * Rhoda Power and Eileen Power (UK) – history * Charles Ray (UK) – editor of children's encyclopedias, such as Everybody's Enquire Within * Upendrakishore Raychowdhury (India) – Bengali * Ana María Rodríguez (US) – nature, science, cultures, history, health * Acharya Ramlochan Saran (India) – non-fiction Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Maithili, English, Nepalese * Helen Roney Sattler (US) – natural history, science and technology * Miriam Schlein (US) – animals, space, time * Millicent Selsam (US) – biology * Elizabeth Missing Sewell (UK) – religion, education theory * Katherine Binney Shippen (US) – history, invention, music * Seymour Simon (US) – science * Marilyn Singer (US) – zoology * Armstrong Sperry (US) – history, exploration, ethnology * Diane Stanley (US) – biographies * Philip Steele (UK) – history, junior biographies, peoples and cultures * Dugald Steer (UK) – Ologies * Dorothy Sterling (US) – nature, US history, civil rights * Shelley Tanaka (Canada) – history, biography, arts, archeology, environment * R. J. Unstead (UK) – history * Anne de Vries (NL) – history and religion * Priscilla Wakefield (UK, 1751–1832) – science, recreation and travel * Nadia Wheatley (Australia) – environment and multiculturalism * Philip Wilkinson (UK) – history, the arts, religion and architecture * Herbert S. Zim, Golden Guides series, nature, science and technology * Allan Zullo (US) – survival, true stories, ghosts and sport
  • List of authors who have written non-fiction (informational) books for children. For a discussion of the criteria used to define something as a work of children's literature, see children's literature. * Peter Ackroyd (UK, born 1949) – history * David A. Adler (US, born 1947) – biographies * Agnes Allen (UK) – social history * Jules Archer (US, 1915–2008) – US history and politics * Philip Ardagh (UK, born 1961) – history, archaeology, mythology * Jennifer Armstrong (US, born 1961) – exploration * Nick Arnold (UK, born 1964) – science, zoology * Russell Ash (UK, 1946–2010) – reference inc. The Top 10 of Everything * Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (UK) – Scouting * Kelly Barnhill (US) – sewers, medicine * Thelma and Corydon Bell (US) – science, weather, time * Aliki Brandenberg (US) – history * Maria Elizabeth Budden (UK) – history and upbringing * Brian P. Cleary (US) – words, measurements * Daniel Cohen (US) – UFOs, the occult, ghosts, crypto-zoology * Joanna Cole (US) – science * Sneed B. Collard (US) – science, biology, conservation * Esther Copley (UK) – slavery, Bible natural history * Peter Corey (UK) – relationships, psychology, self-help. Coping With... * Terry Deary (UK) – history, true stories * Dougal Dixon (UK) – futuristic zoology * Dorcas Dole (England) – Quakerism * Eleanor Doorly (UK) – history, biography * Evelyn Everett-Green (UK) – biography * Fanny Fern (1811–1872) – humor, society * Mrs. E. M. Field (Ireland) – history * Leonard Everett Fisher (US) – colonial American craftsmen, legendary figures * Russell Freedman (US) – history and biography * Jackie French (Australia) – Australian history, natural history * Jean Fritz (US) – US history and legend * Anita Ganeri (UK) – geography * Gail Gibbons (US) – folklore, zoology, geography, history * Roger Lancelyn Green (UK) – myth, folklore, biography * Richard Gunn (UK) – road transport * Gerald Hausman (US) – biography, mythology, folklore * Gail Hennessey (US) – economics, biography * Don Herbert (US) – science * Susie Hodge (UK) – art history, practical art, history, science, religion, biography * James Janeway (England) – A Token For Children: stories of conversions * William Loren Katz (US) – African-American and Native American history * Kathleen Krull (US) – biography, music, folklore * Poul Lange (Denmark and USA) – simple anatomy (body orifices) * Kathryn Lasky (US) – history, biography * Julius Lester (US) – African-American history * David Macaulay (US) – architecture, technology, design * John Malam (UK) – ancient history, archaeology, biography, natural history * Jane Marcet (UK) – chemistry, political economy, grammar * Mrs Markham (UK, real name Elizabeth Penrose – English history * Sandra Markle (US) – science * Cotton Mather (US) – A Token for the Children of New England: stories of conversions * Fredrick McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Patricia McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Arthur Mee (UK) – reference, British geography * Milton Meltzer (US) – Jewish, African-American and American history, biography * Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk (UK), heraldry, royalty, Scottish clans * Jim Murphy (author) (US) – US history * L. du Garde Peach (UK) – historical biography * Pickles (pen name of Lisa Tolliver) – educational activity books * Ferry Piekart (NL) – cultural anthropology * Kjartan Poskitt (UK) – maths * Rhoda Power and Eileen Power (UK) – history * Charles Ray (UK) – editor of children's encyclopedias, such as Everybody's Enquire Within * Upendrakishore Raychowdhury (India) – Bengali * Ana María Rodríguez (US) – nature, science, cultures, history, health * Acharya Ramlochan Saran (India) – non-fiction Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Maithili, English, Nepalese * Helen Roney Sattler (US) – natural history, science and technology * Miriam Schlein (US) – animals, space, time * Millicent Selsam (US) – biology * Elizabeth Missing Sewell (UK) – religion, education theory * Bonnie Shemie (US) – history of architecture * Katherine Binney Shippen (US) – history, invention, music * Seymour Simon (US) – science * Marilyn Singer (US) – zoology * Armstrong Sperry (US) – history, exploration, ethnology * Diane Stanley (US) – biographies * Philip Steele (UK) – history, junior biographies, peoples and cultures * Dugald Steer (UK) – Ologies * Dorothy Sterling (US) – nature, US history, civil rights * Shelley Tanaka (Canada) – history, biography, arts, archeology, environment * R. J. Unstead (UK) – history * Anne de Vries (NL) – history and religion * Priscilla Wakefield (UK, 1751–1832) – science, recreation and travel * Nadia Wheatley (Australia) – environment and multiculturalism * Philip Wilkinson (UK) – history, the arts, religion and architecture * Herbert S. Zim, Golden Guides series, nature, science and technology * Allan Zullo (US) – survival, true stories, ghosts and sport
  • List of authors who have written non-fiction (informational) books for children. For a discussion of the criteria used to define something as a work of children's literature, see children's literature. * Peter Ackroyd (UK, born 1949) – history * David A. Adler (US, born 1947) – biographies * Agnes Allen (UK) – social history * Jules Archer (US, 1915–2008) – US history and politics * Philip Ardagh (UK, born 1961) – history, archaeology, mythology * Jennifer Armstrong (US, born 1961) – exploration * Nick Arnold (UK, born 1964) – science, zoology * Russell Ash (UK, 1946–2010) – reference inc. The Top 10 of Everything * Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (UK) – Scouting * Kelly Barnhill (US) – sewers, medicine * Thelma and Corydon Bell (US) – science, weather, time * Aliki Brandenberg (US) – history * Maria Elizabeth Budden (UK) – history and upbringing * Brian P. Cleary (US) – words, measurements * Daniel Cohen (US) – UFOs, the occult, ghosts, crypto-zoology * Joanna Cole (US) – science * Sneed B. Collard (US) – science, biology, conservation * Esther Copley (UK) – slavery, Bible natural history * Peter Corey (UK) – relationships, psychology, self-help. Coping With... * Terry Deary (UK) – history, true stories * Dougal Dixon (UK) – futuristic zoology * Dorcas Dole (England) – Quakerism * Eleanor Doorly (UK) – history, biography * Evelyn Everett-Green (UK) – biography * Fanny Fern (1811–1872) – humor, society * Mrs. E. M. Field (Ireland) – history * Leonard Everett Fisher (US) – colonial American craftsmen, legendary figures * Russell Freedman (US) – history and biography * Jackie French (Australia) – Australian history, natural history * Jean Fritz (US) – US history and legend * Anita Ganeri (UK) – geography * Gail Gibbons (US) – folklore, zoology, geography, history * Roger Lancelyn Green (UK) – myth, folklore, biography * Richard Gunn (UK) – road transport * Joyce Hansen (US) – African-American history, biography * Gerald Hausman (US) – biography, mythology, folklore * Gail Hennessey (US) – economics, biography * Don Herbert (US) – science * Susie Hodge (UK) – art history, practical art, history, science, religion, biography * James Janeway (England) – A Token For Children: stories of conversions * William Loren Katz (US) – African-American and Native American history * Kathleen Krull (US) – biography, music, folklore * Poul Lange (Denmark and USA) – simple anatomy (body orifices) * Kathryn Lasky (US) – history, biography * Julius Lester (US) – African-American history * David Macaulay (US) – architecture, technology, design * John Malam (UK) – ancient history, archaeology, biography, natural history * Jane Marcet (UK) – chemistry, political economy, grammar * Mrs Markham (UK, real name Elizabeth Penrose – English history * Sandra Markle (US) – science * Cotton Mather (US) – A Token for the Children of New England: stories of conversions * Fredrick McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Patricia McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Arthur Mee (UK) – reference, British geography * Milton Meltzer (US) – Jewish, African-American and American history, biography * Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk (UK), heraldry, royalty, Scottish clans * Jim Murphy (author) (US) – US history * L. du Garde Peach (UK) – historical biography * Pickles (pen name of Lisa Tolliver) – educational activity books * Ferry Piekart (NL) – cultural anthropology * Kjartan Poskitt (UK) – maths * Rhoda Power and Eileen Power (UK) – history * Charles Ray (UK) – editor of children's encyclopedias, such as Everybody's Enquire Within * Upendrakishore Raychowdhury (India) – Bengali * Ana María Rodríguez (US) – nature, science, cultures, history, health * Acharya Ramlochan Saran (India) – non-fiction Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Maithili, English, Nepalese * Helen Roney Sattler (US) – natural history, science and technology * Miriam Schlein (US) – animals, space, time * Millicent Selsam (US) – biology * Elizabeth Missing Sewell (UK) – religion, education theory * Bonnie Shemie (US) – history of architecture * Katherine Binney Shippen (US) – history, invention, music * Seymour Simon (US) – science * Marilyn Singer (US) – zoology * Armstrong Sperry (US) – history, exploration, ethnology * Diane Stanley (US) – biographies * Philip Steele (UK) – history, junior biographies, peoples and cultures * Dugald Steer (UK) – Ologies * Dorothy Sterling (US) – nature, US history, civil rights * Shelley Tanaka (Canada) – history, biography, arts, archeology, environment * R. J. Unstead (UK) – history * Anne de Vries (NL) – history and religion * Priscilla Wakefield (UK, 1751–1832) – science, recreation and travel * Nadia Wheatley (Australia) – environment and multiculturalism * Philip Wilkinson (UK) – history, the arts, religion and architecture * Herbert S. Zim, Golden Guides series, nature, science and technology * Allan Zullo (US) – survival, true stories, ghosts and sport
  • List of authors who have written non-fiction (informational) books for children. For a discussion of the criteria used to define something as a work of children's literature, see children's literature. * Peter Ackroyd (UK, born 1949) – history * David A. Adler (US, born 1947) – biographies * Agnes Allen (UK) – social history * Jules Archer (US, 1915–2008) – US history and politics * Philip Ardagh (UK, born 1961) – history, archaeology, mythology * Jennifer Armstrong (US, born 1961) – exploration * Nick Arnold (UK, born 1964) – science, zoology * Russell Ash (UK, 1946–2010) – reference inc. The Top 10 of Everything * Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (UK) – Scouting * Kelly Barnhill (US) – sewers, medicine * Thelma and Corydon Bell (US) – science, weather, time * Aliki Brandenberg (US) – history * Maria Elizabeth Budden (UK) – history and upbringing * Brian P. Cleary (US) – words, measurements * Daniel Cohen (US) – UFOs, the occult, ghosts, crypto-zoology * Joanna Cole (US) – science * Sneed B. Collard (US) – science, biology, conservation * Esther Copley (UK) – slavery, Bible natural history * Peter Corey (UK) – relationships, psychology, self-help. Coping With... * Terry Deary (UK) – history, true stories * Dougal Dixon (UK) – futuristic zoology * Dorcas Dole (England) – Quakerism * Eleanor Doorly (UK) – history, biography * Evelyn Everett-Green (UK) – biography * Fanny Fern (1811–1872) – humor, society * Mrs. E. M. Field (Ireland) – history * Leonard Everett Fisher (US) – colonial American craftsmen, legendary figures * Russell Freedman (US) – history and biography * Jackie French (Australia) – Australian history, natural history * Jean Fritz (US) – US history and legend * Anita Ganeri (UK) – geography * Gail Gibbons (US) – folklore, zoology, geography, history * Roger Lancelyn Green (UK) – myth, folklore, biography * Richard Gunn (UK) – road transport * Joyce Hansen (US) – African-American history, biography * Gerald Hausman (US) – biography, mythology, folklore * Gail Hennessey (US) – economics, biography * Don Herbert (US) – science * Susie Hodge (UK) – art history, practical art, history, science, religion, biography * James Janeway (England) – A Token For Children: stories of conversions * William Loren Katz (US) – African-American and Native American history * Kathleen Krull (US) – biography, music, folklore * Poul Lange (Denmark and USA) – simple anatomy (body orifices) * Kathryn Lasky (US) – history, biography * Julius Lester (US) – African-American history * David Macaulay (US) – architecture, technology, design * John Malam (UK) – ancient history, archaeology, biography, natural history * Jane Marcet (UK) – chemistry, political economy, grammar * Mrs Markham (UK, real name Elizabeth Penrose – English history * Sandra Markle (US) – science * Cotton Mather (US) – A Token for the Children of New England: stories of conversions * Fredrick McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Patricia McKissack (US) – African-American history, biography * Arthur Mee (UK) – reference, British geography * Milton Meltzer (US) – Jewish, African-American and American history, biography * Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk (UK), heraldry, royalty, Scottish clans * Jim Murphy (author) (US) – US history * L. du Garde Peach (UK) – historical biography * Pickles (pen name of Lisa Tolliver) – educational activity books * Ferry Piekart (NL) – cultural anthropology * Kjartan Poskitt (UK) – maths * Rhoda Power and Eileen Power (UK) – history * Charles Ray (UK) – editor of children's encyclopedias, such as Everybody's Enquire Within * Upendrakishore Raychowdhury (India) – Bengali * Ana María Rodríguez (US) – nature, science, cultures, history, health * Acharya Ramlochan Saran (India) – non-fiction Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Maithili, English, Nepalese * Helen Roney Sattler (US) – natural history, science and technology * Miriam Schlein (US) – animals, space, time * Millicent Selsam (US) – biology * Elizabeth Missing Sewell (UK) – religion, education theory * Bonnie Shemie (US) – history of architecture * Katherine Binney Shippen (US) – history, invention, music * Seymour Simon (US) – science * Marilyn Singer (US) – zoology * Armstrong Sperry (US) – history, exploration, ethnology * Diane Stanley (US) – biographies * Philip Steele (UK) – history, junior biographies, peoples and cultures * Dugald Steer (UK) – Ologies * Dorothy Sterling (US) – nature, US history, civil rights * Shelley Tanaka (Canada) – history, biography, arts, archeology, environment * R. J. Unstead (UK) – history * Anne de Vries (NL) – history and religion * Priscilla Wakefield (UK, 1751–1832) – science, recreation and travel * Mildred Pitts Walter (US) – African-American history and culture * Nadia Wheatley (Australia) – environment and multiculturalism * Philip Wilkinson (UK) – history, the arts, religion and architecture * Herbert S. Zim, Golden Guides series, nature, science and technology * Allan Zullo (US) – survival, true stories, ghosts and sport
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