Jun 16, 2012

piles and piles of books

that I now want to read someday, thanks to those noted below!

House of Many Ways by Diana Wynne Jones- Things Mean a Lot
Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff- Presenting Lenore
The Brides of Rollrock Islands by Margo Lanagan- Things Mean a Lot
Fledgling by Octavia Butler- A Striped Armchair
Choky by John Wyndham- Kyusi Reader
Earth Unaware by Orson Scott Card- Stuff as Dreams are Made On
Partials by Dan Wells - It's All About Books
Acacia by David Anthony Durham- Opinions of a Wolf
Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult- BermudaOnion's Weblog
Wonder by R.J. Palacio - At Home with Books
Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka - Caribousmom 
Heft by Liz Moore- You've Gotta Read This!
Girl Reading by Katie Ward- Shelf Love
Seen Reading by Juile Wilson- Books Under Skin
Outside the Lines by Amy Hatvany- Book Addiction
The Land of Decoration by Grace McCleen- Bookfoolery and Babble
Care of Wooden Floors by Will Wiles - Farm Lane Books Blog
Precious Bane by Mary Webb- It's All About Books
Blackmoor by Edward Hogan- Page 247
The Iguana Tree by Michel Stone - Book Chase 
Ramona by Helen Hunt Jackson- The Lost Entwife
A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews- Books Under Skin
Birds of a Lesser Paradise by Megan Mehew - The Book Lady's Blog
Fauna by Alissa York - Page 247
Instruction Manual for Swallowing by Adam Marek - Books Under Skin
Kings of Colorado by David E. Hilton- Caribousmom
Rufous Redtail by Helen Garrett- Across the Page 
The Call by Yannick Murphy- books i done read
The Elephant Keeper by Christopher Nicholson from Caribousmom
A Dog Named Slugger by Leigh Brill- Opinions of a Wolf
Kitty Cornered by Bob Tarte from Bookfoolery
Crow Country by Mark Cocker- Page 247
A Gentle Plea for Chaos by Mirabel Osler- The Captive Reader
The Orchard by Theresa Weir- Shannon's Book Bag and You've Gotta Read This!
American Grown by Michelle Obama- Stuff as Dreams are Made On
Garden People by Ursula Buchan- The Captive Reader
My Natural History by Liz Primeau- The Captive Reader
How Carrots Won the Trojan War by Rebecca Rupp- Commonweeder
The Transplanted Gardener by Charles Elliot- The Captive Reader
The Potting Shed Papers by Charles Elliot- The Captive Reader
My Garden, the City and Me by Helen Babbs- The Captive Reader
Dear Friend and Gardener by Chatto and Lloyd- The Captive Reader
Solitary Summer by Elizabeth von Arnim- So Many Books
Some Assembly Required by Anne Lamott- Shelf Love
Deep Country by Neil Ansell- The Captive Reader
End of the World as We Know It by Robert Goolrick- Stuff as Dreams Are Made On
The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma- Sophisticated Dorkiness 
Wild by Cheryl Strayed- Sophisticated Dorkiness
Brandwashed by Martin Lindstrom- SMS Book Reviews
The World in Your Lunch Box by Claire Eamer- SMS Book Reviews
MWF Seeking BFF by Rachel Bertsche- Book Addiction
Unorthodox by Deborah Feldman- The Book Lady's Blog
The Invisible Heart by Nancy Folbre - The Captive Reader
The Home-Maker by Dorothy Canfield Fisher- Things Mean a Lot
Trauma by Dr. James Cole- Shannon's Book Bag
Complications by Atul Gawande- Sophisticated Dorkiness
The Mind's Eye by Oliver Sacks- A Striped Armchair 
Winged Obsession by Jessica Speart- Sophisticated Dorkiness 
Understanding Comics by Scott McCloud- Shelf Love 
A Bride's Story by Kaoru Mori- Things Mean a Lot 
Wandering Son by Takako Shimura- Things Mean a Lot

whew! I guess it's been too long since I've done this, either that or your book posts have been especially enticing lately...

5 comments:

bermudaonion said...

Woweee, that's quite a list! I hope you get to read Between the Lines and enjoy it as much as I did!

Jackie Bailey said...

That is an impressive list! I was going to suggest that you'd picked out too many books, but then I looked which ones I've read and the 10 that I have were all fantastic so you are obviously making good choices. Enjoy!

Susan said...

Wow! That's like my list - books that bloggers have got me looking for :-) I will have to do something like this, too.

I hope you enjoy all the books, Jeane, when you get to them. I am looking for a copy of House of Many Ways, too. - that Ana convinces alot of us that there are so many more books to read, doesn't she? lol

Trish said...

LOL!!! That is a TON of books! I immediately recognized the cover for Wild which I just finished. I loved the book and hope that you will too!

Amanda said...

Just saw this! Glad I was able to help add to the pile. *evil cackle*
;-)