Welcome all to a very shiny new Library Haul post! Yesterday I visited Library #1 to get some new books~
So thankfully I felt OK enough + the weather was nice (and even sunny) so I could visit. Because BOY I could use some new books in my life, haha. The library was quite full, but also at the same time quite calm, mostly because the peeps that were there were studying hard for all sorts of things. I had fun walking around and finding books, though I did get very confused when I walked to the English novels to find health and body non-fiction. Apparently they are working on the collection and things were moved around. Thanks to the librarian who helped me find the English books, I walked right past it, just not that interested in body/health so my head just tuned out. Teehee. Thankfully, most of the books were still where they had to be and I kept finding all sorts of fun books. I am especially hyped that I can finally read Pat Barker’s second book: Women of Troy! I have been eyeing that book since I finished the first a month or more ago.
Oh, and some humour. There was an older lady looking for a book and she was apparently appalled (really, that tone of hers) that the books were on writer name’s in alphabetic order. I am not sure how long this woman hasn’t visited the library, but I guess either never or very very long ago. Way before my time. XD She only knew the title. Like, lady, there are PCs all around to help you with your quest. I had to change a laugh into a cough because it was just so silly how she reacted.
Also look forward to Libraries #2 and #3’s hauls coming on Sunday, I will be visiting there tomorrow. Eep!
NOTE: 12 books. 4 non-fiction, 8 fiction.
Een gladiator heeft mijn lunchbox gestolen by Thiago de Moraes
Mijn verzet by Jenni L. Walsh
Een doodgewone dag by Han Ardesch
Gesprekken met opa by Raoul de Jong
Een pop voor Hannah by Peggy Poppe, Ann De Bode
Koning Snert by Tosca Menten
The Women of Troy by Pat Barker
De angstverzamelaar by Jasper DeWitt
In de diepte by Klaudie Bartelink
De walvis begon aan wal by Dougal Dixon
Oceaankind by Maxe L’Hermenier
Dwars door Amsterdam by Simone Bijlard