We celebrated Connor’s first month birthday by going to a library book sale! It’s an annual tradition to make the trek over to New Jersey for this sale. The sheer volume of books is astonishing and we always leave with a huge haul. This year I found a few books for me and a few for Connor.
The Passage by Justin Cronin – FOX recently made this trilogy into a TV series and I’ve heard good reviews of both the show and the book. I’m always a proponent of reading the book first, so I’ll give this a whirl sometime soon. A shadowy government pursues a young girl for an experiment in nightmarish future.
Elin Hilderbrand – I only started reading Elin Hilderbrand’s novels within the past few months and I’m completely hooked on her. I snagged lovely hardcover versions of Here’s To Us and The Matchmaker just in time for summer.
The Case for Faith by Lee Strobel – Strobel’s more well-known book, The Case for Christ, is still on my list to read. However, this followup sounds just as interesting.
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame – A children’s classic about four animal friends and their adventures.
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle – This was one of my favorites growing up!
Dr Seuss Books – Although there were loads of Dr Seuss books to choose from, I picked three of his most famous: The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish, and Green Eggs and Ham.
Do you have any favorite finds from a library book sale?
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