Sunday, September 12, 2010

in my mailbox (4)

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme from The Story Siren.

I actually haven't participated the past four weeks which is super sad because I've been getting a lot of good books. And I want to share them all, so here's a month's worth of catchup.

For Review:
(for the blog Kiss the Book--content reviews for school librarians)
Things I know about Love by Kate le Vann
7 Souls by Barnabas Miller and Jordan Orlando
The Eternal Ones by Kirsten Miller
Girl Parts by John M. Cusick
Party by Tom Leveen
Three Black Swans by Caroline B. Cooney
The Birthday Ball by Lois Lowry
Boom! by Mark Haddon
Dark Song by Gail Giles
Low Red Moon by Ivy Devlin
The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May and June by Robin Benway

Paranormalcy by Kiersten White
Mortal Instruments Trilogy by Cassandra Clare
Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins

I've decided not to list my library books anymore because I get so many of them a week and don't read most of them that it seemed a little silly.

So here are my wonderful books! Yay!


Missie said...

OH! Great picture! That is a great new pile of books! Here is my IMM

Missie, The Unread Reader

Cass (Words on Paper) said...

Great books! :D I've read Girl Parts-- it's pretty good. Most of those are on my TBR. I hope to read them sometime soon.

Tara said...

Love the Mortal Instruments and Hunger Games! Pretty picture!

jewelknits said...

OK .. so .. I FINALLY read "The Hunger Games" and "Catching Fire" in less than 24 hours the weekend that "Mockingjay" came out .. and I'm DYING to read Mockingjay .. but, like a good reviewers, I'm looking at my backlog of review books and saying "Nope; can't do it". So I'm going to read all three of the Stieg Larssen books AND Mockingjay during the 24 hour readathon on October 9, and if I have any energy left, a couple of good little purchased books that I've been dying to get to. We have all of the "Mortal Instruments" books and I like that they're true YA (not TOO much violence and sex and all of the things that make them not suitable for younger readers), BUT they're also enjoyable for us "older folk" LOL! Low Red Moon is also one that I've had my eye on! What great books! Enjoy all of them!

Julie @ Knitting and Sundries