Library Haul 5-11-2016

Library Haul 5-11-2016

Hello everyone~

So today was another day for a trip to Library #2 and Library #3 combined! Last time Library #3 barely had any books for me, I only got 5, so I was hoping that this time they would have some more books to my liking. Of course a trip to Library #3 also means wandering through the city, stopping by my 2 favourite book stores, and also checking other non-book-stores. 🙂 I found some books in the book stores and I will make a post for that after this one.

Library #2 had a whole bunch of reserved/on-hold books for me (9 in total). And Library #3 also had some fun books for me to read (11). So all in all, I got a whole batch of new books to read and, hopefully, enjoy.

Sorry for the bad quality of the pictures. By the time I got home it was already getting dark (yay, winter and the clock going back an hour), so even with all the lights on in my home it was a bit too dark for my camera. I may make new pictures tomorrow or on Monday, this time with daylight. 🙂

First pictures is Library #2, and the second is Library #3.




Nujeen by Nujeen Mustafa
Tegen alle hindernissen by Nele Neuhaus
Backstage by Matthias Soberon
Food Truck Kookboek by Suzanne Stougie, Yvonne Brok, Simone van den Berg
Het huis van oma by Ross Montgomery
Tamara 9: Diego… by Zidrou, Darasse
Maisa op de maan by Glynis Terborg
Guiness World Records 2017 by Guiness World Records
Visserstruien 3 voor Kinderen by Stella Ruhe

Reckless by Cecily von Ziegesar
Julius Zebra: Bundle with the Britons by Gary Northfield
Kook by Chris Vick
Supercat vs the Party Pooper by Jeanne Willis
Jim Reaper: Son of Grim by Rachel Delahaye, Jamie Littler
Mini Varkentjes by Jane Croft
Thuis bij de Amish by Daniëlle Heerens
Het Wonderlijke Ei van Lady Nana by Twiggy Bossuyt, Isabelle Geeraerts
De Krokodillenbende by Zidrou, Serge Ernst
How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers
Atlas van de verdwenen spoorlijnen in Nederland by Victor Lansink, Michiel Ten Broek

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