Book Haul July 2021

Book Haul July 2021

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Hey all! Welcome to a new monthly Book Haul post! Say hello to all my new July books~

WOW, this month just flew by! Not a lot of exciting things happened, we are still in the midst of a pandemic after all, numbers were going up quite a bit which worried me a lot! The weather was a bit hit/miss for July. Warm weather followed by not so warm or even just sticky weather followed by rain. Haha, even the weather is confused about everything. XD I am looking forward to August, well, slowly I am looking forward to thing, cautiously excited. My vacation is starting on the 8th.

It was a good month for books! Amazon finally had some books in stock, including some I have been eyeing for months. Which also meant that 2 of my pre-orders from April and early May FINALLY arrived this month which had me squeeing in delight. My husband also spoiled me with 2 books.

From the books I only read the 3 Dutch books. The Hitchhiker’s Guide is a new edition for the collection so I won’t be reading it (unless I do a re-read someday). As for the rest? They are vacation books. 11 more days to go before my vacation starts and I can dig into these new babies along with a big stack of other books. Yep. I got plans!

Pre-orders: 9 books || Normal: 4 books.

Book List, Emoji, Cute

Pictures, Emoji, Cute
It’s Behind You by Kathryn Foxfield
That Weekend by Kara Thomas
Con Quest by Sam Maggs
Undercover Football Genius by Matt Oldfield
Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir
The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier, Douglas Holgate
Provence by Linda van Rijn
Smash by Margje Woodrow
Wie is die vogel? by Boris Peters

Dark Lullaby by Polly Ho-Yen
Ben Yokoyama and the Cookie of Endless Waiting by Matt Swanson, Robbi Behr
The Sinister Substitute by Preeti Chhibber
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, Chris Riddell

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