Monday, March 16, 2009

Mailbox Monday - 3/16/09

I have gotten real picky about the books I request, or agree to review, but my mailbox still seems to be full!  I don't mind, but my husband jokes that we are creating our own private library. :)  I am reading just as fast as I can, so look for reviews just as fast as I can get them posted.  Here is what showed up at my house last week.

The Diamond of Darkhold (ARC), by Jeanne DuPrau, from And Another Book Read.

Paper Towns (ARC), by John Green, from And Another Book Read.

2 copies of Reading Your Male, by Mary Farrar, from Phenix & Phenix

Fate, by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, from Random House Children's Books

Highway to Hell, by Rosemary Clement-Moore, from Random House Children's Books

Brutal, by Michael Harmon, from Random House Children's Books

Surface Tension, by Brent Runyon, from Random House Children's Books

A Lucky Child (ARC), by Thomas Buergenthal, from Hachette Book Group

No Matter What! (ARC), by Lisa Nichols, from Hachette Book Group

Into the Beautiful North (ARC), by Luis Alberto Urrea, from Little, Brown

I Can Do It Myself!, by Diane Adams, from Peachtree Publishers

Dad, Jackie, and Me, by Myron Uhlberg, from Peachtree Publishers

The Book of Shadowboxes, by Laura Seeley, from Peachtree Publishers

Can You Cuddle Like a Koala?, by John Butler, from Peachtree Publishers

To see other Mailbox Monday posts, visit Marcia at The Printed Page.


Unknown said...

Wow Shelly you had a really good week. I am so jealous LOL. My Monday Mailbox is posted.

Alyce said...

What a great list! The two that I want to read the most from your list are The Diamond of Darkhold and Paper Towns.

Here’s my post.

Serena said...

I have a lucky child as well, and paper towns is supposed to be great. happy reading

here's my mailbox:

Blodeuedd said...

Some good books in there for sure :)
And loving the mailbox

My post is up here

Mary (Bookfan) said...

Great titles. Mine is up!

Kaye said...

your hubby is right, you've got a great start to a huge library. What more could a girl want? Ha

Here is my mailbox

Jo-Jo said...

Now that is an amazing amount of books!

Busy Bookblogger said...

Oh I am so jealous, I have been trying to get ahold of Paper Towns forever! I think I'm going to have to buy it after all! :) Hope you enjoy it!

Wrighty said...

Oooh, lots of good ones! Your mailman must be mad at you for having to haul all of those books. He'll get big and strong and you have lots of great stuff to read! Enjoy!

Unknown said...

Shelly - you had a great week!! I'm really curious about Reading Your Male - it sounds really good!

:) Here's my Mailbox! ~ Wendi

Serena said...

great haul...happy reading

bermudaonion said...

What a great week. I'm trying to be more selective too and I think my flow of books has slowed down. At least, that's what I keep telling myself.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for stopping by the mailbox this week. Wow a great book week for you. Enjoy!

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