[BHE 86] Book Fairs = Book Love


Myra here.

It’s Sunday! Time for us to share the books that have found us from out-of-the-way book shops, called to us from library book shelves and navigated their way into our hands and hearts. Here are a few of my book finds from Bras Basah, one of my favourite places here in Singapore.

Book Loot from Bras Basah



I have a growing library of these two authors: Derek Landy’s Skulduggery Pleasant – And He’s The Good Guy and Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters.

Adult Novels


Amy Tan’s The Bonesetter’s Daughter and Joseph Campbell’s The Masks of God: Primitive Mythology.

Picture Book Finds at 2 for 5 dollars


The Moon Lady by Amy Tan and illustrated by Gretchen Schields and Sinat and the Instrument of the Heart: A Story of Cambodia by Chath pierSath and illustrated by Vann Nath and Phal Pouriseth.


Wolves by Emily Gravett and Different Like Coco by Elizabeth Matthews.

How about you dear friends, what books found their way into your hands these past few weeks?

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2 comments on “[BHE 86] Book Fairs = Book Love

  1. The Joseph Campbell Masks of God is a tremendous work. The introduction and opening chapter is one of the finest summations of developmental psychology I’ve read. Campbell was a great thinker and writer. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.


  2. Love The Moon Lady, and wanted to tell you I found Catching The Moon at my library. What a fun story it is! Happy New Year, Myra!


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