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!
I had a rather large mailbox this week and I'm not sure why because I haven't been requesting as many books lately due to lack of time to read. Many of these were unrequested, just sent from the publisher, and I'm thankful. I also have some packages at the post office that I hope will be delivered today. Work has been so busy lately that I can't seem to get out of there in time to get to the post office before it closes. Hopefully the mailman will be nice and deliver my packages so that I can put them in next week's mailbox. This week is Spring Break, so I'm hoping to get a lot of reading in. You may not see me online very much, but know I'm around...I'm just catching up on some reading.
Amaryllis in Blueberry (ARC) by Christina Meldrum, from Simon & Schuster
Women Food and God by Geneen Roth, from Simon & Schuster
Like Mandarin by Kirsten Hubbard, from Knoph Delacorte Dell Young Readers Group
The Queen of Water by Laura Resau and Maria Virginia Farinango, from Knopf Delacorte Dell Young Readers Group
Jersey Tomatoes are the Best by Maria Padian, from Random House Children's Books
Exposed by Kimberly Marcus, from Random House Children's Books - I've already read and reviewed this one, so I will be giving it away.
Night Road (ARC) by Kristin Hannah, from St. Martin's Press
Amos Daragon: The Mask Wearer by Bryan Perro, from Knopf Delacorte Dell Young Readers Group
Show Time by Sue Stauffacher, from Random House Children's Books
White Cat and Red Glove (ARC) by Holly Black, from Margaret K. McElderry - both of these came packaged together, from the publisher. I read and enjoyed White Cat, so I'm anxious to see what's in store in Red Glove.
The Source of All Things by Tracy Ross, from Free Press via ShelfAwareness
Where She Went (ARC) by Gayle Forman, from Dutton Juvenile
Go, Dog Go! Party Book by P.D. Eastman, from Random House Books for Young Readers
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe: A Counting Nursery Rhyme by Salina Yoon, from Random House Books for Young Readers
Go, Dog Go! by P.D. Eastman, from Random House Children's Books
Baby's First Book, The Poky Little Puppy, Baby Farm Animals (not pictured), and Home for a Bunny (not pictured) by Little Golden Books, from Random House Children's Books - these four titles are in Random House's new padded board book format for babies, the all-new Golden Baby line. I gave 2 of these to my nephew for his birthday and he is enjoying them.
So Shelly by Ty Roth, from Delacorte Books for Young Readers - I have been waiting on this one, so I'm excited to get to read it now.
What was in your mailbox?