Library Haul 17-10-2020

Library Haul 17-10-2020

Afternoon all!

Happy weekend all and a happy welcome to my new Library #3 Haul! It was time to go again!

I am so happy that the libraries are still open. Really, 3 weeks ago I thought everything would be closed very soon, but so far only restaurants/bars/sport stuff is closed. Thankfully libraries are, for now still open. Yay! New books!

When we came to the library there was a huge line of people, and we were worried we would be standing there for a while as the line just didn’t seem to move at all. Then someone from the library came to us and ask if we wanted to bring back books, I said yes, and also borrowing, and we could follow the guy. Apparently the line is for people who want to study at the library! I wouldn’t study at the library if I had to wait in line (and also register and set a time slot and whatever else). Funnily, when I walked out of the library later the same people were still in the line. 😛 It just isn’t moving.

The library was once again in Corona-mode with extra guidelines, the new books weren’t downstairs but now on tables on the respective floors so I had to do some questing to find books. But I don’t mind. I love that. Plus, I am so delighted that everyone now needs to wear a mask. I am no longer the only one. No more strange or aggressive/angry looks. Yes!

I had fun questing for books, and I was even more excited when I found plenty of new English Children/YA books on the shelves.

This time I have more normal books over graphic novels! I cannot wait get reading, I found quite some books I was hoping to read one day (Wink, Downstairs Girl, Gargantis, Pip Bartlett (which I refuse to buy because the cover is ugly these days)).

STATS: 12 books. 3 non-fiction, 2 graphic novels, 7 fiction.

Bibliotheek Den Haag, Reading, Rainbow, Books, Stack, Library #3, Library Haul

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
It Sounded Better in my Head by Nina Kenwood
Wink by Rob Harrell
Heimwee naar Lanzarote by Anita Verkerk
The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee
Gargantis by Thomas Taylor
De ooievaar by Mickelle Haest
Hermitage Amsterdam by Hester Schölvinck
Later wil ik mama worden by Sofie van den Broeck
Pip Bartlett’s Guide to Sea Monsters by Jackson Pearce, Maggie Stiefvater
Knock-Out by Reinhard Kleist
Glass Town by Isabel Greenberg

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