I'm running a little behind this month. I usually like to have these updates posted a little earlier in the month. Anyway, here's what's up on my library card.
I still have out 4 books for my research paper. Those will be going back next week when I finish the darn thing.
Weeknight Dinner Cookbook - I found this on my friend Debbie's library account. It has some really great, easy meals I'm excited to try out.
I have a slew of Sequoyah books checked out. Not that I have time to read any of them, but I have made a start. I'm almost half way through And I Darken by Kiersten White. Then there is Shadowshaper (2 copies, one audio and one paper), The Steep and Thorny Way, In the Shadow of Liberty, I am Princess X, The Female of the Species, and Highly Illogical Behavior.
I have a couple of graphic novels and comic books out, too. Bad Machinery 4 which has gone missing somewhere in my house. March Book 2. And Garfield Tips the Scales which my daughter absconded with.
And because I am a book nerd, I have Improbably Libraries which is a picture book about interesting libraries around the world, and By the Book which is a compilation of "By the Book" sections from the New York Times Book Review, which was always my favorite part of that newspaper.
That all works out to 18 books checked out.
Now here's what I have on hold:
More Sequoyah Award nominees: The Reader, The Sun is Also a Star, and How to Survive a Plague.
Cookbooks: 30 Minute One-Pot Meals, Damn Delicious, and The Ketogenic Cookbook.
And Autism/Asperger's books: School Success for Kids with Asperger's Syndrome and The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome.
That's 8 books on hold. I've clearly lost my mind, but I'm having a great time believing I can read these books.