Saturday, May 15, 2010

Trip to the library

I just got back from our local little library and I literaly filled my bags-one library bag and a second one from the used book store attached to our library.  Oh, my!! 
Here's what I got from the children's section:

Fantastic Nonfiction

If Stones Could Speak; Unlocking the Secrets of Stonehenge by Marc Aronson
What Can You Do with an Old Red Shoe? (A Green Activity Book About Reuse) by Anna Alter

Picture Books

The Travel Game by John Grandits; illustrated by R.W. Alley
A Pair of Red Clogs by Masako Matsuno; illustrated by Kazue Mizumura
The Knitting of Elizabeth Amelia by Patricia Lee Gauch; illustrated by Barbara Lavallee
Moon Rabbit by Natalie Russell
To The Beach by Thomas Docherty

What a haul of amazingly great books!  My seven-year-old second grader has become such a girl of discovery so I picked a lot of nonfiction.  I also liked to find good nonfiction for my school library and this is a fantastic way to research them before I buy them from Titlewave.  Nonfiction is expensive and it is sometimes difficult to tell how hard the text is without previewing it. 

We will be happily reading tonight!
Congratulations to Kay of My Random Acts of Reading won
my ARC of She's So Dead to Us by Kieren Scott!!
I've begun Fablehaven by Brandon Mull and I love it!!



Tif Sweeney said...

I love those library book sales! I feel so lucky now that my new library has shelves filled with books to purchase on a permanent basis! I get to explore every single time I go in! Love it!!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

OMG....I need to spend some time in the children's section of the library. Cycle of Rice and the Red Shoes one look so awesome.

Jenners said...

Aren't library books sales the best???!!!

Joelle said...

Hi Michelle,
Can't seem to find where to email you, so I'll try a comment. You are the winner of Restoring Harmony from last week's contest over at The Debutante Ball. Could you email me your mailing address through my website's contact page?