Library Haul 28-5-2016

Library Haul 28-5-2016

Hiya everyone!

Yesterday was an amazing, and surprisingly sunny (because the weather people had warned for storm) day. First I went to library #2 to pick up my 11 reserved/on-hold books + 1 other book. Lots of amazing books in that stack, and after that I went to the city of Library #3 to see if they had new books. Which they did! I found 12 lovely books which I can’t wait to read. So I got 24 new books to read and enjoy. Now if the weather continues being lovely I can sit outside with a huge stack of library books whenever I am home + have free time.
I have also added the stack of Library #2 to this post, I thought it would be fun, even though that one is mostly Dutch books (because Library #2 isn’t big on English books).

So here I go, first stack is Library #2, the second stack is Library #3.


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Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs
Zusje Vermist by Sophie McKenzie
Blitz op Bol Tien by Rian Visser, Lars Deltrap
Wij zijn allemaal moleculen by Susin Nielsen
Olga: Morgen dans ik weer by Femke van Wiggen
Suzie Ruzie en het schaartje by Jaap Robben, Benjamin Leroy
Genoeg plek voor iedereen! by Tracey Corderoy, Jane Chapman
De Kracht van de Dino: Wie is de sterkste? by Phil Manning
Help! We zitten in het verkeerde boek by Richard Byrne
Eén monster te veel by Annemarie van Haeringen
Het Muizenhuis – Op de kermis by Karina Schaapman
Het Grote Jaren 70 Boek by Erik Somers, René Kok, Paul Brood
Xinia’s Wraak by Lydia Rood
Clare and her Captain by Michael Morpurgo, Catherine Rayner
The Tales of Olga da Polga by Michael Bond
Mr Midnight: My Creepy Computer by James Lee
Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman
Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan
Oma, mag ik bij je logeren? by Isabel van Duijne
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake
3D-Origami by Stephanie Martyn
Hoeveel nachtjes tot mijn verjaardag? by Sebastien Braun, Mark Sperring
Electrische Locomotieven made in Europe 2 by Simon Wijnakker, Heinrich Stallmeister
Mevrouw Justien, een verhaal over troost by Isabelle Desegher, Ann de Bode

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