Jan 3, 2011

more books

that I want to read someday! These titles are ones I noticed on other blogs in the past few weeks, and then I added even more after seeing everyone's highlights of 2010.
The Cheese Monkeys by Chip Kidd- Ready When You Are, CB
Seaglass Summer by Anjali Banerjee from Puss Reboots
The Englishman who Posted Himself by John Tingey- Puss Reboots
Making the Rounds with Oscar by David Rosa- Socrates Book Reviews
Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot- Reading Through Life
I Feel Better with a Frog in my Throat by Carlyn Beccia- SMS Book Reviews
What's Up Down There? by Lissa Rankin- The Book Lady's Blog
The Chimp Who Loved Me by Annie Greer- SMS Book Reviews
Born on a Blue Day by Daniel Tammet- Farm Lane Books Blog
Salmon Doubts by Adam Sacks- Puss Reboots
American Born Chinese by Gene Leun Yang- Puss Reboots
Leo the Snow Leopard by Hatkoff- Diary of an Eccentric
Dirty Secret by Jessie Sholl- Book Addiction
Bastard Out of Carolina by Dorothy Allison from The Book Lady's Blog
The Undertaking by Thomas Lynch- The Book Lady's Blog
All About Lulu by Jonathan Evison- ditto
To Have Not by Francis Lefkowitz- At Home with Books

Which ones sound good to you?


bermudaonion said...

I've read The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, American Born Chinese and Dirty Secret and they're all winners!

Callista said...

Glad to see you like some of my recommendations! I hope you get around to reading them.

I like the sounds of What's Up Down There although I'm not sure I'd learn anything new as I've read up on the subject many times before.

Jeane said...

Bermudaonion- Great! sounds like I have some good ones on the list.

Callista- I hope I get around to reading them soon, too. Seems like I always add books to my list and then take forever to read them!

farmlanebooks said...

I'm half way through Henrietta Lacks and loving it - I recommend getting the audio version :-)

Bybee said...

I want to read Henrietta Lacks and American Born Chinese.

Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness) said...

The Undertaking and American Born Chinese are both on my list. I actually had American Born Chinese checked out from the library a few months ago but had to return it before I got to read it!