Sunday, July 17, 2011

In My Mailbox


Today is Sunday, July 17, 2011...HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my sister, Pamela!

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi, The Story Siren. It's our opportunity to get a peek into what books everyone is receiving for review, borrowing from libraries, buying in bookshops and download onto eReaders.
(I apologize in advance for all the links to Amazon...I don't have a lot of time today!)

Digital:

The Name of this Book Is Secret (Secret Series)Snow Flower and the Secret Fan Publisher: Random House Trade PaperbacksSilver Girl: A Novel


Snow Flower and The Secret Fan by Lisa See (Random House)
Silver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand (June 21, 2011; Reagan Arthur Books)
The Name of This Book Is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch (Little, Brown Books; September 2008)


Adult Books:

The Last Werewolf

The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan (Knopf: July 2011)

Young Adult:

Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

Dear Bully by 70 Young Adult Authors (HarperTeen; September 2011)

Children's Books:

Everything I Need to Know Before I'm FiveClackers: Little WitchClackers: Black Cat

Everything I Need to Know Before I'm Five by Valorie Fisher (Schwartz & Wade; July 2011; Ages 1-5)
Clackers:  Little Witch by C. Nash; illus. by Luana Rinaldo (Robin Corey Books; July 2011; Ages 0-3)
Clackers: Black Cat by C. Nash; illus. by Luana Rinaldo (Robin Corey Books; July 2011; Ages 0-3)

A Deal's a Deal!I Am a TyrannosaurusDouble Play: Monkeying Around with Addition

A Deal's A Deal! by Stephanie Blake (Random House; July 2011; Ages 3-5)
Little Black Book by Renee Khatami (Random House: July 2011; Ages 0-3) (not shown)
I Am A Tyrannosaurus by Anna Grossnickle Hines (Tricycle Press; July 2011; Ages 1-4)
Double Play: Monkeying Around with Addition by Betsy Franco; ill. by Dough Cushman (Tricycle Press; July 2011; Ages 4-7)

An Edible Alphabet: 26 Reasons to Love the FarmThe Bravest Woman in America (Junior Library Guild Selection (Random House))

The Bravest Woman In America by Marissa Moss, ill. by Andrea U'Ren (Tricycle Press; July 2011; Ages 5-8)

An Edible Alphabet: 26 Reasons to Love the Farm by Carol Watterson; illus. by Michela Sorrentino (Tricycle Press: July 2011; Ages 5-8)


5 comments:

Amy @ bookgoonie said...

My daughter loves Bosch. I have the Lisa See book, just haven't gotten around to reading. If you like her, look for Anchee Min. I loved Emperess Orchid & The Last Empress. I have Waiting for Madame Mao, but haven't read yet. If you get a chance, stop by http://wp.me/p1h3Ps-mP

bermudaonion said...

I want to read Snow Flower and the Secret Fan soon. I hope it's good!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I just purchased Snow Flower and I am excited to read it.

kay - Infinite Shelf said...

If you enjoy Snow Flower half as much as I did, then you're in for a treat! :) Enjoy you new books!

Stephanie said...

The Last Werewolf looks kind of interesting to me (I'm a bit jealous that you got a copy)! Happy reading!

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