Library Loot #1


I have been seeing this on Jenn’s blog for the longest time now and finally decided to join in on this weekly meme. I don’t know why its taken me so long to join this? I always borrow a ton of books for Michael from the library.

For us at our library we are allowed to borrow 50 items for 2 weeks per card so that would be 150 items on all three cards. Sadly we can only put four items on hold per card.

Library Loot is hosted by Eva and Alessandra. In this weekly meme you are encouraged to share the books that you have checked out from the library. If you’d like to participate you can check out either of the above blogs and then just write up your post. Feel free to steal the Library loot button and link it using the Mr. Linky any time during the week. You can also check out what other participants are getting from their libraries.

This week I borrowed:

  • They Call Me Red by Christina Kilbourne
  • Good Housekeeping magazine (Jan, Feb & March issues)
  • Parents Magazine June Issue
  • A Garden of Opposites by Nancy Davis
  • Mighty Machines Airplanes
  • Mighty Machine Police Cars
  • The Foggy Foggy Forest by Nick Sharratt
  • Harry and the Dinosaurs Go Wild!
  • The Jolly Postman or other People’s letters by Janet & Allan Ahlberg
  • The Very Cranky Bear by Nick Bland
  • Swapping Lives by Jane Green

I always borrow tons of children’s, YA, cookbooks and magazines from the library. Michael loves going to the library and picking out his own books so over the summer you will be seeing alot of is Library Loots.

What did you borrow this week?

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Comments

  1. We can go to our library and read magazines there, but we can’t check them out. That’s a great service!

  2. I often borrow magazines from the library too.

    We have access to two different local library systems where I live, so with each child having their own library card and regular trips to the library, we often have a towering pile of picture books and children’s novels for me to glance through (as if my own TBR pile didn’t offer enough reading material to last me until the end of time).

    For myself, this week I borrowed some sewing books as I am trying to rekindle my long neglected sewing skills.

    I should look into taking part in this meme, as I visit our local libraries regularly.

  3. Anonymous says:

    You should read They Called Me Red first 🙂

    Christina Kilbourne

  4. I haven’t heard of any of these! But thanks for joining Library Loot. 🙂 Don’t forget to add your link to Mr. Linky so everyone can come visit!

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