Library Love – June 10, 2013

librarylovelogo1 Library Love is a recurring post in which I share each week’s bounty from the public library.

There hasn’t been very much at the library lately that I’ve gotten too excited about, but I’m hopeful that things will change soon. Let’s remember that I am still working my way up to being able to read actual library books instead of just their Kindle books, so that will open up a whole new world for me. I’m pretty much OK with The Boy using library books these days, so I think I’m getting at least a little better with this germ phobia. Here’s what I’ve found lately:

I’ve already read Speaking From Among the Bones – it was great – you can look for a review in the next couple of weeks. David Baldacci books are kind like my guilty pleasure books (along with John Sandford & Patricia Cornwell). I’ve been wanting to read We Need to Talk About Kevin for quite a while now; I’ve heard a lot of good things about it. Med Head is the Young Adult version of Against Medical Advice., by the same authors. It follows the life of a boy with Tourette Syndrome from the age of five until he’s about seventeen or eighteen, I believe. I got it for The Boy to read, but I’m going to read it first to make sure it’s appropriate. Smile is another book I picked out for The Boy – he actually just started reading it last night and he loves it! It’s a graphic novel, and it’s another underdog story, of course. Can’t go wrong there. All right, y’all, that’s it for Library Love. Until next time…

Did you go to the library this week? What goodies did you find?

2 thoughts on “Library Love – June 10, 2013

  1. Pathologically Literate says:

    I’ve been looking forward to reading it for a long time! I’m really interested in checking out Shriver’s Big Brother, too – it sounds pretty thought-provoking, touching on a lot of different issues.

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