Greetings to all!
Saturday is here! Weekend has arrived! Whoop whoop! Sorry, just very excited for weekends. Hope everyone else is having a great weekend/looking forward to the weekend.
Today was a really good visit to Library #2. I had 9 reservations waiting for me (and I was even expecting more, but those 2 that were on transport are still on transport, which I am kind of thankful for as that meant I could get more new books). I still have 2 books at home (SOS Fabelwezens (currently reading) and The Hate U Give (still to read)). That combined with my reservations meant I could find 4 more books to bring with me.
Which I did! Yay! I found 2 photography books, 1 children’s book I had been meaning to reserve (but hadn’t), and a children’s book with verses/poems.
Plus the library was delightfully quiet which made me want to stay there for a bit longer. Quiet libraries are ❤️ ❤️.
Stats: 13 new books. 6 Non-fiction, 7 Fiction.
The Accidental Billionaire by Tom McLaughlin
Taal-top-100 De meest gestelde vragen over taal by Genootschap Onze Taal
De gekste plek van Nederland 2 by Jeroen van der Spek
De niet zo enge buurman by Manon Sikkel, Katrien Holland
Juf klapt uit de school by Jellie de Roos
Vogelvlucht by John Downer
Het verhaal van Mademoiselle Oiseau by Andrea de la Barre de Nanteuil, Lovisa Burfitt
Sara Snufje by Pip Jones, Sara Ogilvie
Nee! by Sanderijn van der Doef, Marian Latour
Den Haag 1955-1965 by Jacques Meijer
Muziek in de pannen by Bette Westera, Job van Gelder
Ik wil een eng verhaal by Sean Taylor, Jean Jullien
Het allermooiste boek over zeedieren by Tom Jackson, Val Walerczuk