Every Sunday, we share the books that have found their way into our hands and hearts through covert or legitimate means. This week, I am happy to be sharing titles that I have hunted down from our libraries given our current reading theme: #MentallyYours – and a few that simply begged for me to borrow them.
Library Loot: Jurong West Public Library
Tangles: A Story About Alzheimer’s, My Mother, And Me by Sarah Leavitt, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant: A Memoir by Roz Chast.
Robot Dreams by Sara Varon, Hyperbole And A Half by Allie Brosh.
I Had A Black Dog: His Name Was Depression by Matthew Johnstone, Darkness Visible: A Memoir Of Madness by William Styron.
Probably Nothing: A Diary Of Not-Your-Average Nine Months by Matilda Tristram, Thin Slices Of Anxiety by Catherine Lepage.
The Hospital Suite by John Porcellino, Dotter Of Her Father’s Eyes by Mary M Talbot and Bryan Talbot.
Unrelated to our Reading Theme but Connected To Book Club Needs:
Snow White by Matt Phelan.
Library Loot: From NIE Library
Fish In A Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt, Reality Boy by A. S. King.
Unrelated to our Reading Theme – PD Texts
The Psychology & Pedagogy Of Reading by Edmund Burke Huey, Acts Of Reading edited by Morag Styles and Evelyn Arizpe, Reclaiming Reading edited by Richard Meyer and Kathryn Whitmore.