My Library List 4/4/2016
The number of books I have checked out is ridiculous. I mean, it's nowhere near the maximum number of books the library allows, but it's more than I will be able to read this month. Here's the list:
The American Way of Poverty by Sasha Abramsky - This is set to scratch my sociology itch. I am in a position to make my own observations about the relevance of this book to my surroundings.
The Autoimmune Solution by Amy Myers - A friend said this was really working for her, so I thought I'd check it out. I've been putting it off because reading it might mean actually instituting change. Blah.
The Cartel by Ashley and Jaquavis - My new library has a large Urban Fiction section which is very popular, so I thought I'd check out a sample.
Eden West by Pete Hautman - It's a Sequoyah 2017 nominee, so gotta read it.
Helping Your Kids With Coding by Carol Vorderman - I am teaching a coding class to teens this summer and this is a start for preparation.
Hold Tight Don't Let Go by Laura Rose Wagner - Another Sequoyah 2017 nominee.
Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin - This one too.
Serving Urban Teens by Paula Brehm-Heeger - Work reading.
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff - I've heard great things about this YA sci-fi book.
Spark Joy by Marie Kondo - This is handbook for the Konmari method lined out in her first book.
Undermajordomo Minor by Patrick deWitt - I'm looking forward to this probably hilarious story about Lucy Minor.
Works Well With Others by Ross McCammon - This is my attempt to improve my work self.
Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater - This is the third book in the Raven Cycle. I am going to read it before the fourth one comes out this month!
That's what I have checked out right now. Yikes!!