During the school holidays, the national library board singapore usually offers a double-up your reading loan. It appears that I may have gone just a tad overboard over the past weeks or so to ensure that I maximize all three of our library cards.
(Mostly) Picturebook Biographies (PBB) from the Library
As per usual, I tried to look for picturebooks that fit our current reading theme on biographies and memoirs. This would explain the preponderance of PBB that you can see here.
Where’s Will? Find Shakespeare Hidden In His Plays by Anna Claybourne and Illustrated by Tilly, Will’s Words: How William Shakespeare Changed The Way You Talk by Jane Sutcliffe and Illustrated by John Shelley.
StoryWorlds: A Moment In Time – A Perpetual Picture Atlas by Thomas Hegbrook – this one is a must-purchase, as soon as I have lifted my self-imposed book buying ban.
Book Club Picks
The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker.
This is for my #HorrorPostalBookClub #ScreamsByMail group – sent to me from Germany: The Grip Of It by Jac Jemc. This will make the rounds across seven people from different countries.
Pansing Book and Book Gift
The Colour Of The Sun by David Almond, Karapat Dapat Created by CANVAS Books.
I won one of Litsy’s many giveaways and received these lovelies from a Litsy Book Friend. The tea, bookmarks, and the card warm my heart even more. I’ve said it before and will say it again: Book People are the Best People On Earth! Zami: A New Spelling Of My Name: A Biomythography by Audre Lorde, The Autobiography Of My Mother by Jamaica Kincaid.
Any title here that caught your eye? What are the books that found their way into your hands over the past weeks or so?