Sunday is my favourite day of the week. This is the day when we share our book hunting expeditions from recent or long-ago travels, our library haul, books that we receive for review, or books that simply hunted us down until we surrendered to their collective will. We are weak bibliophiles, after all.
This week, I am sharing mostly my picturebook finds that are in keeping with our current reading theme on memoirs, biographies, first-person narratives.
Library Haul from Jurong West Public Library
Self-Portrait With Seven Fingers: The Life Of Marc Chagall In Verse by J. Patrick Lewis and Jane Yolen; Silent Days, Silent Dreams by Allen Say.
Georgia In Hawaii: When Georgia O’Keefe Painted What She Pleased by Amy Novesky and Illustrated by Yuyi Morales, William Shakespeare: Scenes From The Life Of The World’s Greatest Writer by Mick Manning and Illustrated by Brita Granström.
Louis Undercover by Fanny Britt and Illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault.
Gwendy’s Button Box by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar.
Book Loot from the NIE Library
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Case Of R.B.G. Vs. Inequality by Jonah Winter and Illustrated by Stacy Innerst, Free As A Bird: The Story Of Malala by Lina Maslo.
How about you? What are some of the books that found their way into your hands over the past weeks or so?