In My Mailbox (36) or Girl, you got a lot of readin' to do!

Sunday April 18 , 2010
In My Mailbox hosted by The Story Siren and inspired by Alea @ Pop Culture Junkie is a way to share what new books you get each week.  They can be books you borrowed from the library, bought, traded, won or received for review.

So, without further adieu, the following are books I received this past week...enjoy!

Remember! I'm a librarian so that's why I received so many books this week! Even if you don't see ALL these books up on the blog I spread the word to other librarians :)

Links go to GoodReads with book covers and summaries!

From HarperTeen:
Stranded by J.T. Dutton

From the wonderful people from Scholastic who are so awesome! Half my library book purchases this year were through book fairs and Scholastic dollars!
Dear America Series:
The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady: Voyage on the Great Titanic
The Diary of Remember Patience Whipple: A Journey to the New World
The Diary of Abigail Jane Stewart: The winter of Red Snow
The Diary of Piper Davis: The Fences Between Us

The Miracle Stealer by Neil Connelly

The Memory Bank by Carolyn Coman & Rob Shepperson

Archvillian by Barry Lyga

Star Crossed by Elizabeth C. Bunce

Bobby the Brave (Sometimes) by Lisa Yee

No Such Thing as Dragons by Phillip Reeve

Julia Gillian (and the Dream of the Dog) by Alison McGhee

Fish by Gregory Mone

Framed by Gordon Korman

The Crowfield Curse by Pat Walsh

Plain Kate by Erin Bow

Half Brother by Kenneth Oppel

From Random House:
Horse Diaries: Maestoso Petra by Jane Kendall

Unfamiliar Magic by R.C. Alexander

Nature Girl by Jane Kelley

Gimme A Call by Sarah Mlynowski

I So Don't do Makeup
I So Don't do Mysteries
I So Don't do Spooky by Barrie Summy

Three Rivers Rising by Jame Richards

Out of the Woods by Lyn Gardner

Anna Maria's Gift by Janice Shefelman

From Blue Slip Media:
Ivy Ever After by Dawn Lairamore

The Summer of Skinny Dipping by Amanda Howells

From Thomas Nelson:
Caleb & Kate by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma

From Penguin:
The Secret of Saturdays by Torrey Maldonado


Rebecca Herman said...

Oooh Starcrossed and Plain Kate are two on my wishlist that I really want. and I just finished reading the new Dear America - The Fences Between Us - recently and loved it. (I read the other Dear Americas when they were first published, I guess those are ARCs for the rerelease?)

Life After Jane said...

All those books- don't feel pressured do you? :P

Gimme A Call- read that one first!

Book Dilettante said...

Enjoy your books! Nice selection.

Kris said...

Wow....fantastic mailbox! I imagine that's a good perk when your a librarian!~

christina said...

I absolutely love Scholastic as well. I just finished splurging at my school's Scholastic Fair and will be attending their warehouse sale in May. *squeal*

Robby said...

Oh my! This is great! :]

Laura (The Bookie Bunch) said...

Holy mackrel! Awesome books! I bet it's like xmas for you!

Here's my IMM for the week:

I hope you have an awesome Sunday!
Laura from the Bookie Bunch ;D

fredamans said...

Wow is all I have to say. Happy reading!

Barrie said...

You have all three of mine! Holy cow!

Steph said...

Holy Hannah! You do have a lot of reading to do. :-) What a fabulous pile. Enjoy!

Lover of Romance said...

I am a new follower, and I love your blog!!! I am definitely obsessed with the library!! LOL I am looking forward to read more from you!

Deb said...

Great batch of books. Have fun with them.

Christina T said...

You've got lots of great books to read! Star Crossed sounds fantastic. Caleb & Kate and Plaine Kate also look really good. I hope you enjoy your books.

The Book Owl said...

Whoa. Good luck attacking that stack. ;] Enjoy!

Chas @ LLL said...

Whoa!! Wicked stack of books! The site of all those books are any Book Bloggers dream!!=)

Enjoy all your books!