My first library loot post of 2012! Last year, 47 out of the 100 books I read were borrowed from the library! Can you tell I love the library? :)
Moosewood Restaurant Low-Fat Recipes from The Moosewood Collective.. lots of contributors!
Eat Well Live Well with Gluten Intolerance by Susanna Holt
Looking for some recipes that I can eat during the detox plan I've been following for the last seventeen days. 17 down 11 to go... To read more about the detox I'm doing, check out these posts.
Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts.
Woops. I borrowed the wrong book. I was looking for the Encyclopedia of Crafts. Oh well, I'll thumb through this one anyway. It's not like I have time to craft or sew anyway these days..
The Next Always by Nora Roberts
I've been on hold for this book for weeks and weeks. Finally it's my turn and the copy my library has is the large print one. I kind of don't want to read it now...
King Lear by Shakespeare, graphic interpretation by Gareth Hinds
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, graphic interpretation by Charles Dixon with Sean Deming, illustrated by David Wenzel.
Graphic novels of some classics that I've never read. I'm taking a short cut to gain some basic knowledge of these two stories I've never read.
Various cds including Eyes Open by Snow Patrol. There's a fun remix version of "Chasing Cars" on this album. I love it! ha! My favorite Snow Patrol song is probably "Run," but unfortunately that's on another album. Have you heard the Leona Lewis version of "Run"? SOoo good. It gives me goosebumps.
Bought from the used book shelf:
I couldn't resist at 50 cents each.
The Christmas Brides by Linda Lael Miller
High Noon by Nora Roberts
WhatHappens In London by Julia Quinn
The Lost Duke of Wyndham by Julia Quinn
Just Like Heaven by Julia Quinn
What's your latest loot from the library?