Book Haul May 2018

Book Haul May 2018

Greetings all,

With June now on its way, I thought today would be a great day to show you what books I got/bought this month. And I got some great and fabulous books. Pre-orders, normal books, but also presents. Yes, my boyfriend spoiled me, with 6 books! He is just the sweetest, and loves to feed his bookworm girlfriend with fresh foods.

With the exception of How to Train Your Dragon books and the Young Scientist (keeping that one for my vacation in a few months), I have read all the books I got this month. \o/ Sadly, I had one DNF (Leah on the Offbeat), and 2 books that made me wonder if I should continue with their respective series (Botje & Pamela Butchart’s books). Oh well, you can’t love them all I guess.

Today new books for the new month popped in. Pictures to come on my twitter soon. 🙂

So here are the books I got this month. The first stack is pre-orders/gifts. The second one is unplanned (but very welcome) books.

I Made a Booboo by Shivangi Sharma
Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli
Rijden jullie ook voor duiven? by Annemiek van Kessel
A Guide to Parenting by Three Guys With No Kids by Cyanide & Happiness
Positively Izzy by Terri Libenson
Super Late Bloomer by Julia Kaye
Alex Sparrow and the Fury Furry by Jennifer Killick
Arugs 2017 by René Leisink
Eén eenhoorn alsjeblieft! by Mark Janssen
Young Scientist Vakantieboek by Unknown
Esje: Drakendochter by Eric Hercules, Gerben Valkema
Dating for Geeks: Time Out by Kenny Rubenis
Snippers: De eindstreep by Aimée de Jongh

Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies by Pamela Burchart
Welcome to Wonderland: Beach Party Surf Monkey by Chris Grabenstein
How to Train Your Dragon 1-12 by Cressida Cowell
Botje & Co by Janneke Schotveld, Annet Schaap
There’s a Werewolf in my Tent! by Pamela Burchart
Stick & Fetch Investigate: Barking up the Wrong Tree by Philip Ardagh, Elissa Elwick
The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O’Connell

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