Monday, January 31, 2011

Mailbox Monday - 1/31/2011

Mailbox Monday is a weekly meme started by Marcia at The Printed Page.  You can read all about it at the Mailbox Monday blog.  Well, the mailbox has gone on tour.  This month's host is Rose City Reader

I love this meme because it lets me take a peek into other bloggers' mailboxes and find out what they received over the last week.  I will warn you, it does lead to more books as you will find many that you want because of others mailboxes.  If you'd like to join in on the fun, post about your books and link up!

This was a pretty big book week for me, especially with children's books, which are hard to see when taking pictures only of the spines, so I've spread them out in groups and that's how I'm sharing them with you this week.  I can't wait to dive into these and start posting reviews.


These four titles were waiting for me at the post office on Tuesday.  They were sent for review from Charlesbridge Publishing.





Raj, the Bookstore Tiger by Kathleen P. Telley, from Charlesbridge Publishing
Silverlicious by Victoria Kahn, from HarperCollins - I am so excited about this one!  I have previously purchased Pinkalicious and Purplicous for my 2 oldest granddaughters.
There's a Dragon in the Library by Dianne de Las Casas, from Pelican Publishing
For the Love of Music: The Remarkable Story of Maria Anna Mozart by Elizabeth Rusch, from Random House - I plan on gifting this one to the music teacher at my school when I've read and reviewed it.




Cahoots (ARC) by Karla Oceanak, from Bailiwick Press - I have enjoyed the first 2 books in this series, so the publisher contacted me and asked if I'd be willing to review the 3rd book.
The Radleys by Matt Haig and Goodnight Tweetheart from Simon & Schuster as a Book Club Advisory Member.
Kat Incorrigible (ARC) by Stephanie Burgis, from Simon & Schuster



This was an email request to review, from the publisher.  Richard Fast has a series of these 29 Days books.  I chose 29 DAYS...to save money and acheive financial independence, as saving money is something I could use a little help with. 

What was in your mailbox?



7 comments:

Cindy said...

Shelly you had a great mailbox. Good night tweetheart sounds good. Can't wait to see all your reviews. Enjoy :)

Chrisbookarama said...

Great books! My girl loves the Pinkalicious books. They are so cute. I'm seen the Kat Incorrigible book on other blogs and think it looks very interesting.

Serena said...

wow good list of books.

Tribute Books Mama said...

here's mine http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/01/mailbox-monday-admission.html

Mary said...

Goodnight Tweetheart sounds cute!

bermudaonion said...

You got some cute books! A Call for a New Alphabet looks adorable!

Anna said...

The kid's books look fun. Enjoy!

 
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