Books Bought Meme

I am not sure if this has been done before and if it is please let me know and I will give you credit for it. I was sitting here thinking that I do buy alot of books either on a weekly or monthly bases depending on my mood or if I see somethig that I like. Even though I do get books free I am also buying books.

Here is what I bought the week of April 12th to 18th.

The following was bought at a great second hand store near me:
(These are for Michael)
-Meet the Adelies Happy Feet
-The Berenstain Bears Moving Day by Stan & Jan Berestain
-The Berenstain Bears And Too Much Junk Food
-The Berenstain Bears Go Out For The Team
-365 Tv-Free Activities You can Do with your Child
-Goodbye, Jimmu Choos by Annie Sanders
-This Year’s Model by Carol Alt
-Exes and ohs by Beth Kendrick
-The Postcard by Beverly Lewis

These are the books I bought:
-The Miracle Girls by Anne Dayton & May Vanerbilt
-100 Classic Stories

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  1. The Berenstain Bears are fantastic – both Vance and our nephew loved them. We still refer to them from time to time.

  2. I love buying books at thrift stores…They are so cheap! I rarely buy from Barnes and Noble or any of the other big chains. If I want something new, I will usually buy it from Looks like you got a good collection there…enjoy!

  3. Bermudaonion they are fantastic. Slowly starting to build up his collection and they are cheap I think it was $1.50/book.

    Missy I try and see if I can get books on my TB list at 2nd hand stores so much cheaper. It can get rather expensive if you buy new books all the time.

  4. “Moving Day”, ironically enough, got lost at some point in one of my early life moves. It always remained, however, one of the better Berenstain Bears books, possibly because it’s one of the oldest and is different both in drawing and in style.

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