Book Haul November 2022

Book Haul November 2022


A happy welcome to a new Book Haul! It is time to show you what I added to my shelves in November!

Excuse me, since when is it almost December? While writing this one, Nov 24, I was just like, wait I still need to buy presents for my hubby and should still make a list for my hubby (without a list he just doesn’t know, haha). It is time to set up the Christmas tree! It just feels like this month passed by and I just didn’t know it. XD

This month I had a pretty great haul! Managed to buy some fun English books on Amazon, bought some great Dutch books in the book store in my town. A pre-order finally came in this month, but yeah, now I am not really into the spooky stuff so I am not sure WHEN I am going to be reading it. I was hoping that, since it was coming out late October I would be able to read it then, but no, it didn’t get delivered until November. Oh well, one day! Other than that, I am very happy with my books.

As for reading, I still have 4 left. One book (The Day I got Trapped in my Brain) has SUCH tiny font that I am just not sure when I will read it. Then there is Aveline Jones (not into spooky). And Loki and the D&D book (but those two I actually want to read ASAP I just didn’t get to it).

Pictures, Emoji, Cute

Book List, Emoji, Cute
The Vanishing of Aveline Jones by Phil Hickes
Edie and the Box of Flits by Kate Wilkinson
Loki by Louie Stowell
D&D by Madeleine Roux, Tim Probert
The Secret Life of an Uncool Mom by Serena Terry
The Day I Got Trapped in my Brain by Amy Huberman
Spirit Week by Ira Marcks
Zeus is a Dick by Susie Donkin
Strangeville School is Totally Normal by Darcy Miller, Brett Helquist
The Search for Sasquatch by Laura Krantz
Vandaag houd ik mijn spreekbeurt over de anaconda by Bibi Dumon Tak, Annemarie van Haeringen
Stiekem jarig by Sylvia Witteman
De romeinen bakken er niks van! by Hervé Benedetti

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