Library Haul 4-6-2020

Library Haul 4-6-2020

Afternoon all!

Welcome all to a brand-new Library Haul, this time for Library #1!

A couple of days ago I thought to see how long it was since I last visited the library and found out it was almost 3 weeks (where does time go?). Time to go, especially since I read/tried all the books I had. Thankfully, my cute mouth masks that I ordered in the weekend came in so I could wear one (not that anyone else wears them here it seems). My scarf just wasn’t good enough as I got real bad eczema from it due to how hot it got. I can say after wearing a mask I still had a hard time breathing, I still was itchy, but at least I didn’t get too hot. Yay!

I was delighted to visit the library again and pick up some new books. And I can tell you, it was a good day to go to the library. I found many new English books that I had been hoping to read for some months now, some I even featured on my blog. Yay for this library expanding their small-ish English collection. dances Plus, I finally found Onverwacht, a book I saw being promoted on the Dutch book twitter for some time now. dances some more

I had fun walking around the library and due to all the new books I didn’t need the book list I had made on Keep. My basket filled up quite fast and soon I had the 8 books I could bring with me (and one sore arm as a couple of the books were heavy).

I do think that the library needs to rethink their pathways at some points, as one was used as a two-way hallway… while it was only about 1 metres wide. Other people also weren’t happy with it. 😐

I can’t wait to start reading these books!

STATS: 8 books. All fiction.

Library #1, Delft, DOK, Books, Children's Books, English, Dutch, Young Adult, Poetry, Book Haul

A Girl Called Justice by Elly Griffiths
Orion Lost by Alastair Chisholm
Onverwacht by Jenni Hendriks
Bot: kleine robot, groot avontuur by Shane Hegarty
Meat Market by Juno Dawson
Deeplight by Frances Hardinge
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
Duivelsversjes by Robin Aerts

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