Book Haul June 2018

Book Haul June 2018

Afternoon all,

June is nearing its end, and since I didn’t expect any new books in the coming 3 days, I thought I could do my Book Haul. 🙂

And I got so many great books this month. I bought a few as well, but my boyfriend certainly spoiled me! He got me 3 presents, and while I was sick he bought me 2 books from the book store that I was waiting eagerly for. Thanks dear!

I have managed to read most of the books on these stacks. \o/ I haven’t read 4 books, but 3 of those (It’s a Wrap, Don’t Tell The Bridesmaid, and The Everything Machine) are going on my vacation stack (which really needs to be filled as my vacation is coming up soon), while the other book (Monster Allergie) is still so new that I haven’t had the chance to read it.

Ah, I just noticed that Sterrenstof was supposed to go on the other stack, darn it. Being sick doesn’t help with trying to do all the things I want to do for my blog.

First stack: Pre-orders/presents (and that one book that is on the wrong stack). Second stack: Books that I didn’t plan. 😛


Sterrenstof by Daphne Deckers
Bad Mermaids: On the Rocks by Sibéal Pounder, Jason Cockcroft
It’s a Wrap by Perdita & Honor Cargill
Toddlers Are Assholes by Laditan
Dotty Detective: The Holiday Mystery by Clara Vulliamy
Ouderschap zoals het is by Katie Kirby
De grote ontsnapping by Mathilda Masters, Georgien Overwater
Er speelde nog net geen draaiorgel by Sylvia Witteman
Complot by Eva Burgers
Monster Allergie by Katja Centomo, Francesco Artibani, Alessandra Barbucci

The Magic Hamster by Pamela Butchart, Becka Moor
Super Dog by Pamela Butchart, Becka Moor
Spy School by Stuart Gibbs
Don’t Tell The Bridesmaid by Katy Birchall
The Everything Machine by Ally Kennen
Claire: Maak Plaats by Robert van der Kroft, Geradts Evert, Jan van Die

2 thoughts on “Book Haul June 2018

  1. How did you like the book Toddler’s are Assholes? I wrote a post about that but never knew there was a book called that. I am thinking of reading it now.

    1. I loved it! It was hilarious, snarky and honest, I laughed my butt off while reading it. I would highly recommend it. Oh, and I am going to check that blog post of yours. 🙂

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