Library Loot 2010-3

Both K and I are cranky today, so all we did was go in, find books (not many movies, much to our displeasure), pick up our holds, and get out.

It must be January.

This week’s loot:

Picture books:
Puffling, by Margaret Wild and Julie Vivas
How Do You Wokka-Wokka?, by Elizabeth Blueme/Illus. by Randy Cecil
I Will Surprise My Friend! (An Elephant and Piggie Book), by Mo Willems
Dear Vampa, by Ross Collins
Never Smile at a Monkey: And 17 Other Important Things to Remember, by Steve Jenkins
Waiting for Winter, by Sebastian Meschenmoser
Emmet, by Leo Politi
Magic Box, by Kate Cleminson
Catfish Kate and the Sweet Swamp Band, by Sarah Weeks/Illus. by Elwood H. Smith

Middle Grade books:
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon, by Grace Lin

YA books:
The Hollow Kingdom: Book I — The Hollow Kingdom Trilogy, by Clare B. Dunkle
Close Kin: Book II — The Hollow Kingdom Trilogy, by Clare B. Dunkle
Leviathan, by Scott Westerfield (M is in the mood for it now.)
The Singing: The Fourth Book of Pellinor (Pellinor Series), by Alison Croggon
Darkhenge, by Catherine Fisher

Non-Fiction:
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation, by Lynne Truss
Charles and Emma: The Darwins’ Leap of Faith, by Deborah Heiligman

The roundup is either at Reading Adventures or A Striped Armchair. Obligatory FTC note: the links are provided through my Amazon Associates account. If you click through and actually purchase one of these books, I’ll get a teeny, tiny payment. But, since no one ever does, and it’s SO much easier using the associates account to put up these links, I’m going to keep doing it.

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8 thoughts on “Library Loot 2010-3

  1. Oh, I adore The Hollow Kingdom! The other books in the series, not so much.

    And I think Leviathan was the coolest book I read last year, so it looks like you folks have some great reading ahead.

    Trisha

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  2. Trisha: That's two votes for reading The Hollow Kingdom… I think I'll have to pick it up now. (It was originally for my daughter M…) And I agree: Leviathan was one of the coolest books I read last year.

    Thanks for stopping by!!

    and uenohama — I kind of liked it when I read it several years ago. Maybe I won't like it so much now, but we'll see…

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