Happy weekend to all, and also happy Easter. 🙂 Today I visited Library #2, and I had a fantabulous haul!
I had 6 reservations waiting for me, so I still had room for 9 books (I finally had a chance to try all of my older library books and bring them all back). The new releases table held 2 books that seemed interesting. And after that it was time to wander around the library and hunt for books. The library even seemed to have tried to do some sort of Easter thing, though it was fairly disappointing. But it was a nice idea and I hope they will do it again better next year. They had cards (with eggs!) on some shelves with a short sentence telling about a book and if you flipped it over you would get some information about the book (they should have added authors as some books have pretty common titles). I managed to find one book thanks to this (Iep!), and I was also laughing at the other two cards I found (one I because I recognised it, the other because of the name the character had). I would have loved to have seen more cards, I walked around the entire library hunting for them, but it seems those 3 were the only ones. 🙁
While hunting for said egg cards, I found 6 more books, and then it was high time to get my reservations.
So I got tons to read again. <3
Stats; 15 books. 1 comic, 4 non-fiction, 10 fiction.
Leve de Koning(in) by Reinildis van Ditzhuyzen
De meest bijzondere dieren die ooit hebben geleefd by Maja Säfström
With for a Week by Kaye Umansky
Het liefdesgeheim by Martin Widmark, Helena Willis
Manon op de Manege: De Paardenprinses by Nico de Braeckeleer
Iep! by Joke van Leeuwen
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
A Spot of Folly by Ruth Rendell
#Gaan by Hanne Tersmette
Suske en Wiske: De Grandioze Gitaar by Guus Meeuwis, Gerben Valkema
De koe die in een boom klom by Gemma Merino
Titeuf #11 by Zep
The Adventures of Egg Box Dragon by Richard Adams
Jan van Haasteren zoekboek van Nederland by Jan van Haasteren
Een wereld vol steden by James Brown