Library Book List. September-October.

It's my library checkout list from the past month again! It's still a bit on the short side, which is because I've mainly been trying to read books that we already have here in our home, on our shelves.
As usual, authors are in bold and our favorites have an asterisk.
  • Mademoiselle Misfortune / Brink, Carol Ryrie
  • What Katy Did / Coolidge, Susan.**
  • The Horse In The Attic / Clymer, Eleanor Lowenton.
  • Winter Cottage / Brink, Carol Ryrie.**
  • Girl On The Train / Hawkins, Paula. **
  • Many Friends Cooking : An International Cookbook For Boys And Girls / Cooper, Terry Touff.*
  • This Is Our Baby, Born Today / Bajaj, Varsha.
  • Re-Created As A Folk Play In Verse And Paintings / Burkert, Nancy Ekholm.
  • Nona's Magic Lessons / DePaola, Tomie.
  • Little Brother And Little Sister / Cooney, Barbara.
  • Aesop's Fables / Aesop.
  • The Doll-Master And Other Tales Of Terror / Oates, Joyce Carol.
  • The Get-Away Car / Clymer, Eleanor Lowenton.
  • Catastrophic Happiness : Finding Joy In Childhood's Messy Years / Newman, Catherine.*
  • Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon / Lovell, Patty.
  • I Can Be Anything! / Spinelli, Jerry.
  • Baby-Led Weaning : The Essential Guide To Introducing Solid Foods And Helping Your Baby To Grow Up A Happy And Confident Eater / Rapley, Gill. 
  • Running With Scissors : A Memoir / Burroughs, Augusten.
  • The Nursing Mother's Guide To Weaning / Huggins, Kathleen.
  • The New Laurel's Kitchen : A Handbook For Vegetarian Cookery & Nutrition / Robertson, Laurel.**
  • The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book : A Guide To Whole-Grain Breadmaking / Robertson, Laurel.
  • The Little Paris Kitchen : 120 Simple But Classic French Recipes / Khoo, Rachel.**
  • The Handmaid's Tale / Atwood, Margaret Eleanor.
  • Christine / Steven King.*


  1. Love your list! :) We love, love Winter Cottage around here...Family Grandstand is another favorite of ours by Brink. :)

    1. Amy, I've never read Family Grandstand, or even seen it for that matter. I'll have to check at the library for it now!


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