Saturday, June 6, 2009

In My Mailbox (7)

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi from The Story Siren. On it, we will post the books we have gotten this week from the library, the bookstore, the mail, a friend that leant it to us, and any other ways that we manage to get a book from. Hopefully it will introduce you to some books that might interest you. We love hearing what you think! This week, Shakespeare's Muse is in France, so the books she is getting is a mystery.

IN ELISE'S MAILBOX:


Click here to visit Suzanne Crowley's site and learn more about THE STOLEN ONE.



Click here to visit the ghost girl site and learn more about the Tonya Hurley books. This site is really cool!

14 comments:

  1. You got some good books this week. The Stolen One sounds really good. Happy reading!

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  2. Ghostgirl looks really good as does Homecoming. Enjoy!

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  3. The Stolen One looks very good. I'll need to check that one out.

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  4. All of those books look really good, hope you enjoy them.

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  5. The Stolen One looks like a good book...i'll have to check it out. (get it "check it out" ha ha, yah that's a librarian joke, sorry)

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  6. I LOVE the Ghost Girl books. Read both <3

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  7. I got the ghostgirls this week too. Hope you enjoy them!

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  8. These sound good, I hope you like them! =D

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  9. Hope you enjoy your books! Great week. :) I always wanted to read Ghost Girl...

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  10. Cool week. I'm looking forward to Ghostgirl: Homecoming, I thought the first one was okay. Happy reading!

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  11. Ohmygoooosh
    I really want Ghostgirl. ;D

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  12. Yay, for Ghostgirl! The Stolen One looks terrific!

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  13. Seeing Ghostgirl a lot today. Think I need to check this out. Happy reading.

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  14. Ghostgirl again - maybe I should pick it up. Nice list. Here are mine. (1) and (2)

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