Library Haul 22-8-2020 (Library #2)

Library Haul 22-8-2020 (Library #2)

Afternoon all! waves

Nyarko GIF, Books, All the books

Welcome to the third library haul this week (see Library #3, Library #1), welcome to a HUGE Library #2 haul!

Yesterday I decided to visit both #2 and #3. 1. Because I wanted Sunday to be a calm and sleepy day. 2. Because Library #2 was an easy and fast one (well, if there weren’t too many people around 😛 ).

Yes, easy and fast. Because I have been reserving books for a bit over a week now. I started with around 24.. and in the end I had enough that with the books I had home I would almost hit the limit of books I can have. That means I can just go in, dump the old books, go to the reservations shelves, find and count books, go to the machine to borrow them. I decided on a small detour as I still had room for a book and I spotted one at the Children’s section. Then I went to the reservations shelves, counted, and thankfully someone helped me, really a BIG BIG thank you to the man who works at Library #2. Because in the end I had two heavy baskets and my trolley, so I was so happy someone came to me to ask if I needed help, yes, yes I do.

He and one of the librarians even helped the people behind me by allowing them to use the other machine as with Corona measurements it is only for bringing back books. Which made me happy.. though people still were standing at a distance just staring at my baskets and full shopping trolley until someone from the library saw them and told them about the other machine. Sorry everyone! I just need many books, especially with how the situation is so unsure. Plus, I am a devourer of books.

I cannot wait to dig into these books. I am so HYPED. There are so many great books in there (like, The House on Cold Hill).

STATS: 44 books. 3 comics, 10 non-fiction, 7 picture books, 24 fiction.

NOTE: 2 of these aren’t on Goodreads, at the time writing (26-9-2020) I have had to return them as I found out they were books 2 and 3 in the series. If I ever get the whole series I will add the books to Goodreads.


Je kunt het ook nooit goed doen by Carmen Felix
Op pad met locals by Marion van Amelrooij
Anne Frank, het meisje en de mythe by Jacqueline van Maarsen
Koffers & Koters by Maartje Diepstraten
Geruisloos by Ellen de Vriend
The Ice Twins by S.K. Tremayne
Just Before I Died by S.K. Tremayne
The House on Cold Hill by Peter James
Komt wel goed by Lars van der Werf
Romance in Toscane by Anita Verkerk
De nobele autist by Romana Vrede
Ergens in dit duister by Natascha Wodin

Wonderlijke weetjes en fascinerende feiten over de ridders by Sarah Devos
Me and Banksy by Tanya Lloyd Kyi
The Sin Eater by Megan Campisi
Precious You by Helen Monks Takhar
TBS by Natasza Tardio
Day Dreamer by Luna van Roosen
Anna K by Jenny Lee
Veer: een dag in de kou by Stefan Boonen
Fantastische Frankie en de hersenslurpmachine by Anna Kemp
Het wolkenkasteel by Zanna Davidson
De grote storm by Zanna Davidson
Pieps en Peter moeten alles achterlaten in de oorlog by Martine Nijhoff
Ken je die mop? by Marianne Busser, Ron Schröder

Lentevuur by Suzanne Vermeer
Good Girl Bad Girl by Michael Robotham
Slimme Pim 2. De lucht in! by Aimée de Jongh
Hilda en de bergkoning by Luke Pearson
De Complete Guus Slim #6 by Tillieux/Gos
100 Cats by Michael Whaite
I don’t Like Books Never Ever The End. by Emma Perry
Avonturen van de dappere ridster by Janneke Schotveld
Oops I Dropped the Lemon Tart by An Swerts
Held op sokken by Bette Westera, Thé Tjong-Khing
Oet en Drap by Chrisholm
Dierendorpje by Gitte Spee, Kim-Lian van der Meij
Stripkookboek by various comic artists
Ongelofelijke octopussen by Owen Davey
Bakpret met kinderen by Gabrielle Guetzer
Rebelse Honden by Kimberlie Hamilton
Wat Mick zag by Lars Deltrap
Waarom jij van sterrenstof bent by Esther Walraven
Kasteel in zicht! by Ida Schuurman

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