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Library Loot

For those of you who have been reading this blog since I started last fall, you’ll probably remember how many books I collected during the local library sale. Well, the time has come again and I’ve been busy picking out some amazing reads.

wp-1461813052040.jpgFirst and foremost, I was able to get nearly one hundred comics for my son. Some of you may suffer through trying to get your children to read, like I do. This is my way of trying to motivate him to take his time and spend some of it doing something that I love. I want nothing more to connect with my son and if I have to do it with comics, than I have to do it that way.

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Now I know this probably doesn’t look like a ton of books, but, these are just the stacks of books. I haven’t even made it a point to count how many I got. But I will say, I’m happy because I was able to find some really great books. Some are children’s books and some are just random ones that caught my eye. Here’s what I was able to find:

  • Dear America: Voyage on the Great Titanic by Ellen WHite
  • Dear America: The Journal of Joshua Loper by Walter Meyers
  • Dear America: A Coal Miner’s Bride by Susan Bartoletti
  • Dear America: My Brother’s Keeper by Mary Pope Osborne
  • Dear America: Color Me Dark by Patricia McKissack
  • The Royal Diaries: Nzingha by Patricia McKissack
  • The Royal Diaries: Kaiulani by Ellen White
  • Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White
  • The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
  • A Year Down Yonder by Richard Peck
  • The Stand by Stephen King
  • Unclean Spirits by M.L.N. Hanover
  • My Wicked Vampire by Nina Bangs
  • The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
  • Hannibal by Thomas Harris
  • Wicked Business by Janet Evanovich
  • Heaven by V.C. Andrews
  • Insomnia by Stephen King
  • Needful Things by Stephen King
  • Death of an Ordinary Guy by Jo A. Hiestand
  • Amazing Gracie by Sherryl Woods
  • Sex and the City by Candace Bushnell
  • On Writing by Stephen King
  • My Sweet Audrina by V.C. Andrews
  • Red Dragon by Thomas Harris
  • The Fellowship of the Ring by JRR Tolkien
  • The Two Towers by JRR Tolkien
  • The Return of the King by JRR Tolkien
  • Island of the Blue Dolphin by Scott O’Dell
  • Comfort and Joy by Fern Michaels
  • It by Stephen King
  • The Tale of the Body Thief by Anne Rice
  • Pet Sematary by Stephen King
  • The Dark Half by Stephen King
  • The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King
  • Animal Farm by George Orwell
  • The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe
  • Top Secret Twenty-One by Janet Evanovich
  • Tales of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Foul Play by Tori Carrington
  • Buried in Buttercream by G.A. McKevett
  • Nights in Rodanthe by Nicholas Sparks
  • A Bend in the Road by Nicholas Sparks
  • Up Close and Personal by Fern Michaels
  • In Folly Beach South Carolina by Loree Lough
  • Suburbanistas by Pamela Satran
  • The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest by Stieg Larsson
  • Summer Shadows by Gayle Roper
  • Stars Collide by Janice Thompson
  • The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory
  • Eragon by Christopher Paolini
  • Spring Rain by Gayle Roper

About Kristine

As an aspiring author, avid bookworm, fitness fanatic and dedicated mother, there just aren't enough hours in the day. I write or post about things I'm passionate about and spend my time trying to make the most of every day. Life may be a tough journey, but I have my ruby red slippers and am content on skipping along this yellow brick road until the end of the line.

7 comments on “Library Loot

  1. That’s a nice stack of books. And I like that cover of Return of the King I see there. πŸ™‚ I think comics can be a great way to get kids reading, I read a ton of comics as a kid and believe it or not it improved my vocabulary- some of those comics had big words I’d never seen before. πŸ™‚

  2. I think its wonderful that you bought all of those comic books for your son. It still counts as reading, and its a smart approach to encouraging him. When I was much younger, a lot of what I wanted to read was discouraged. Now I get to read whatever I want, and I still feel like I am playing catch-up.

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