Book Haul November 2021

Book Haul November 2021

Good day all~

Welcome all to my Book Haul for November! It started off quite quiet but I got quite a few books!

So, I was looking forward to this month, I knew there would be some books I wanted, but haha, I hadn’t expected to get this much! And so many in Dutch even! I also managed to grab a few English books from Amazon, with effort. Also a big big hug to my sweet husband for buying me three books on these stacks, he spoiled me. <3

I still need to read 7 books on this stack. Mostly because I didn’t want to go through things too fast given how the COVID stats are and how our government is doing.

I just noticed that I forgot to add three books to my list. My Laura Bakery’s Feestboek isn’t there as I was baking and using recipes from it. XD And my Suske & Wiske hommage album is somewhere else at the moment. Hilda I have apparently put down somewhere for a review and then forgot to add it back to the stacks of Book Haul. My head is clearly not there. Sorry!

STATS: 15 books. 3 gifts from my hubby, 5 books I just had to add to my collection, 7 I was eagerly waiting for.

Pictures, Emoji, Cute

Book List, Emoji, Cute
Kay’s Marvellous Medicine by Adam Kay
The Very Merry Murder Club by Serena Patel, Robin Stevens
Griezelbende by Tommy Greenwald
Amalia by Claudia de Breij
Kansloos by Mel Wallis de Vries
Een visgraatjas met haaiengrijns by Sylvia Witteman
De grappigste taalfoutjes uit de klas by Mark van der Werf
Club Donald Duck by Walt Disney Company
Spiderman’s Very Strange Day by Calliope Glas, Andrew Kolb
Suske&Wiske Hommage album by Gerben Valkema

Diary of an Accidental Witch by Honor Cargill, Perdita Cargill
Spiderman Swings Through Europe by Calliope Glass, Andrew Kolb
Vieze beesten by Andy See, Claire Alman
Laura’s Bakery Feestdagenboek by Laura Kieft
Hilda and the Ghost Ship by Luke Pearson, Stephen Davies, Victoria Evans

2 thoughts on “Book Haul November 2021

    1. *sighs*I hope so not, but yes, with our governments I can see it happen. *sighs* I want to celebrate at least one day of Christmas with my husband’s family, or at least his father (and girlfriend) and his sister (and boyfriend). Last year it was just the two of us, and while fun, we both missed seeing other people, seeing the family. 🙁

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