Happy weekend everyone! Today was another fun trip to the library, though it was a fast one. I had 15 reserved/on-holds, and thus couldn’t bring any more with me. So I could just bring back the old books (even those I still wanted to read, oh well, I hadn’t expected the reserved/on-holds to pop up so fast), and then just hop to the bookcases with the reserved/on-hold books.
On the one hand… I was sad that I couldn’t walk around and check if there were other books to my liking. But on the other hand? I was happy. Apparently the library had some kind of market spread throughout the entire building. And I prefer walking through a library with mostly quietness surrounding me.
Some stats: 15 books. 14 Dutch, 1 English. 5 Non-fiction books, 10 fiction books. No comics this time.
The 78-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths
Juliette in New York by Rose-Line Brasset, Annabelle Métayer
Juliette in Barcelona by Rose-Line Brasset, Geraldine Charette
Geheime Kracht by Rian Visser
Bang voor vampiers? by Paul van Loon, Hugo van Look
De wilde prinses Hannah Steinebacher, Julia Ginsbach
Mamasaurus by Stephan Lomp
Sammie en het reuzenmysterie by Katja Schuurman, Joey Chou, Wim Schuurman
Mijn Kleine Boek Over – Haaien by Camilla De la Bédoyère
Mijn lieve vergeetopa by Ilona Lammertink, Els Vermeltfoort
Cake easy by Susie Theodorou
K Food koreaanse familierecepten en streetfood by Da-Hae West, Gareth West
Hoe word ik astronaut by Loes Hazelaar, Richard Verschraagen
Ruimteschip Aarde by Sander Koenen
Expeditie 30/31 by André Kuipers