[BHE 289] Double Up Your Reading Library Haul – Graphic Novels and Writing Home (Part 1 of 2)

Myra here.

Every Sunday, we share the books that found their way into our hands and shelves from our many travels or library visits or book hunting expeditions. This week, I am happy to share one book buy from Book Depository and my library haul.

Double Up Your Reading Library Haul

I am always over the moon when the National Library Board of Singapore launches its double-up-your-reading promo during the school holidays. Instead of a maximum of eight titles, we can now borrow up to 16 books, which is absolutely awesome. Since we have three library cards in our family, I naturally went crazy, as to be expected.

Here are my book finds, a few of them are in keeping with our current reading theme. Click on the titles for our Affiliate Link to Book Depository.

A Different Pond by Bao Phi and Thi BuiThe Best We Could Do: An Illustrated Memoir by Thi Bui.

Places To Be by Mac Barnett and Renata LiwskaStar Child by Claire A. NivolaMysterious Traveller by Mal Peet and Elspeth Graham and illustrated by P. J. Lynch.

My Grandfather’s Coat retold by Jim Aylesworth and illustrated by Barbara McClintock.

First They Killed My Father by Loung UngWhen Broken Glass Floats: Growing Up Under the Khmer Rouge by Chanrithy Him.

Reading The World: Confessions Of A Literary Explorer by Ann MorganThis Is Not A Border: Reportage and Reflection from the Palestine Festival Of Literature edited by Ahdaf Soueif and Omar Robert Hamilton.

Graphic Novel Overload

How To Be Happy by Eleanor DavisYou’re All Just Jealous Of My Jetpack by Tom Gauld.

Thornhill by Pam SmyGoliath by Tom Gauld.

Radioactive: A Tale Of Love And Fallout: Marie & Pierre Curie by Lauren Redniss.

Almost Completely Baxter: New And Selected Blurtings by Glen Baxter.

Step Aside Pops by Kate BeatonHark! A Vagrant by Kate Beaton.

A Book Depository Find

Refugee by Alan Gratz.

How about you, fellow bibliophiles? What are the books that found you in the past weeks or so?

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  1. So many lovely and tempting books! Thanks for sharing, and enjoy. And thanks for visiting my blog.

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