Monday, January 7, 2013

Mailbox Monday - January 7th


Mailbox Monday is a gathering place for readers to share their new book acquisitions each week. January's host is Lori of Lori's Reading Corner.


(2) new childrens books arrive last week: The classic Velveteen Rabbit (purchase) and a new one Tyler Makes Pancakes (Amazon Vine) and one Europa Edition from a Paperback Swap member, Necropolis.


Off to check out your new books!

24 comments:

  1. Oooh Velveteen Rabbit! I have never read that and only really know about it because of Friends. I must try and get to read it soon. I hope you had a great Christmas x

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  2. Haven't heard of Necropolis but am curious to know how you like it!

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  3. Whenever I see The Velveteen Rabbit I'm transported to another time - when my children were so young and I read it to them. I remember tearing up as I read. Such a sweet story.

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  4. Picture books are so delightful...and I love The Velveteen Rabbit. Enjoy! I know you're going to be reading them to those gorgeous grandchildren.

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  5. I thought Tyler Makes Pancakes was cute. It would be fun to read it with a little one and then cook pancakes.

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    1. I forgot you read that one:0 (it's very cute but parts of it I hope a young child wouldn't try alone) LOL

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  6. Necropolis is something that I really want to read, and that edition of The Velveteen Rabbit looks amazing! I would love to see that one in person, and may have to stop by the bookstore to check it out...Great mailbox today!

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  7. I don't think I've read Velveteen Rabbit... or perhaps it was sooo long ago I forgot.

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  8. Two cute children's books, love Velveteen Rabbit.

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  9. Tyler makes Pancakes looks cute. :)

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  10. The Velveteen Rabbit is always a great read. The other kids' book look to have great illustrations.

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  11. Looks like a lovely copy of The Velveteen Rabbit. Can't have too many books at Grandma's house, huh? ;)

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    1. Absolutely. and I imagine once she begins walking they'll find their way going slowly home with her one by one....LOL

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  12. I loved The Velveteen Rabbit as a kid!

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  13. I'd never heard of The Velveteen Rabbit until it was on Friends, but it sounds like quite a classic in America. Lovely editions - enjoy!

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  14. These look like great fun. Enjoy!

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  15. Velveteen Rabbit looks very alluring. Maybe because I love bunnies. :D Happy reading!

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  16. The novel looks so small compared to the children's book! :-)

    Have fun reading them.

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  17. Love the kids' books!!! Enjoy!

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  18. I've never read the Velveteen Rabbit. That's such a shame!

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