Sunday, December 2, 2012

MailBox Monday - December 3


I'm a bad blogger, I have no idea who the Mailbox Monday host is for December - Forgive Me:)  Oh, wait - I know, December's host is Suko's Notebook.

(arrived by mail)


Building a young child's library month by month

30 comments:

  1. News from Heaven was in my mailbox too! Have a great week, Diane.

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  2. They all look great; it will be difficult to choose which one to read first :)

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  3. They look good! I loved The Death of Bees, haven't read any of the others. The Jansma book looks interesting.

    Happy reading!

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  4. Wow, what a fantastic mailbox! Have a great week, Diane, and enjoy all your new reads.

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  5. The Kohl's Care edition books are such a great idea. Every time I shop there, I want to buy them all, and get a plush toy to go with!

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  6. Nice selection of books in your mailbox. Enjoy them all!

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  7. You've got a nice mix there! I'm really looking forward to The Death of Bees. I'm curious about the Haigh too--I love her novels, but I'm not as into short fiction. I'll look forward to your thoughts! Also, I love the way you're building a library for your grandchild.

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  8. Hope you enjoy The Death of Bees as much as I did...and now I see a book on your stack that is tempting me: the Alice Monroe book.

    Thanks for sharing...and enjoy!

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST


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  9. It sure does look like an interesting Monday!

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  10. Now that's another great list, thanks Diane!

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  11. Have seen News From Heaven a lot today. Thinking it should go on my TBR list. Have a great week and enjoy this nice weather here in RI.

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  12. So many new books to enjoy! How smart to build a children's library--Mommy looks especially tempting!

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  13. The Bookie's son was so good, but so sad! I loved it and I think you will too. Great stack there today!

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  14. A full mailbox, I read The Bookies Son, enjoy!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/12/mailbox-monday.html

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  15. Love your "child's library." Enjoy your books!

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  16. Hi Diane,

    A great mix of books this week and all of the authors are new to me.

    I really like the sound of 'Death Of Bees'. I am reading a book right now with a very similar synopsis and I am enjoying that immensely, so I am sure that this book would be a great continuation read.

    Thanks for sharing and have a good week,

    Yvonne.

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  17. Another nice week. I'm seeing Death of Bees in a lot of mailboxes the last few weeks. Now I'm wondering what I'm missing! I hope it comes out in audio too.

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  18. We got a couple of the same titles! The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards looks really good.

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  19. I saw Death of Bees a few times today. It looks very good. Enjoy all your books.

    My Mailbox Monday link is below....hope you can stop by to also see my review of THE SECRET KEEPER

    AND

    A review and E-book giveaway of MURDER TAKES TIME

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  20. What a great variety! I think it's very cool that you're working on building a children's collection!

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  21. Awesome mailbox. Quite the variety. I collected children's books for years even before I even had any children. Now my boys know that Mom can't say no to book requests by them!
    2 Kids and Tired Books MM

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  22. A nice selection of books! The Death of Bees is on my radar.

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  23. I declined The Bookie's Son, in an effort to gain more control over my own choices in what I read, but maybe I shouldn't have.

    Cynthia Rylant is always a win-win author for me. Maybe not for children, but I love her work.

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  24. I love the Kohl's stuff at Christmas. Their Christmas CDs are the best!

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  25. Dear Life is a contender for my Short Story Summer Challenge. Also loving the sound of the Jansma title - added it to my wish list last week. Lots of great titles there - enjoy.

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  26. I received a couple of these as well so I am looking forward to comparing notes with you. Happy reading!

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  27. I'm really curious about News From Heaven. Happy reading!

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  28. The library for the wee little one is really coming along. Loving the titles you received this week!!

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  29. what a wonderful bunch of books! The Alice Munro is on my wishlist! She's incredible.

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