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Happy Saturday everyone! I’m at work today… so I’m surrounded by books and focusing on books and not actually reading any books. #LibrarianLife 😉
This past week I got two brand new books: Crucial Conversations (from a training that I attended at work) and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children: The Graphic Novel (from a used book sale). I’ve already read the graphic novel and it’s fantastic. I highly recommend this really unique trilogy in either traditional or graphic novel format!
Then, as per usual, I brought home a boatload of books from the library. One of them is from my school’s library, which is pretty neat. You see, I’m attending a college that is about two hours’ drive away from my home via online distance learning. To check out a book, I simply filled out an online request form and they mailed it to me! Sweet. It’s for a group project, but it’s turned out to actually be a really good book: Giving Our Children a Fighting Chance.
And since I’m back in the thick of things school-wise, I’ve been downloading some pretty easy listening audiobooks from my library for my commute: the Encyclopedia Brown series by Donald J. Sobol! Do y’all remember these from when you were a kid? I’m happy to report that I can figure out the solution about 75% of the time. And I’m going to attribute the other 25% to not paying close attention to the story while paying close attention to the road. 😉
For fun, I checked out two books of crochet patterns from the library, but I haven’t had time to make anything from them. One was just so odd that I couldn’t resist grabbing: Animal Heads by Vanessa Mooncie, about how to crochet faux trophy heads to hang in your house. The other would be useful, if I ever had time to crochet anymore: Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies.
And finally, I also checked out Killing Lincoln by Bill O’Reilly and Together is Better by Simon Sinek at the recommendation of library patrons. Being in the middle of a semester means I may or may not have time to read them, though.
And you? What did you bring home this week? Leave your link below to join the fun!