Mailbox Monday – Jan. 26

Spread the love

It’s Mailbox Monday time again. I’ve missed the last few Mondays so the books shown here I’ve received since Jan. 6.

Click here to see what others have received.

A Child’s Journey Out Of Autism by Leeann Whiffen

This is an ARC from Sourcebooks. Look for the review beginning of March.

“One family’s story of living in hope and finding a cure.”

Thou Shalt Not Whine by January Jones

A review copy from Lisa Roe. I’m a little behind. I’ve seen quite a few reviews of this book already but I just received mine.

It’s about why we whine and how to stop it

Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World by Vicki Myron

I won this from Confuzzled Books‘ Refer a Book Friday. I’ve been dying to read this!

The Survivor’s Club: The Secrets and Science that Could Save Your Life by Ben Sherwood

I got an ARC of this through Twitter although I could have got it through Book Blogs too. I’m reading this right now and about half way through. It goes on sale today!

Hurry Down Sunshine by Michael Greenberg

An ARC from HarperCollins. Another one that most book bloggers (who were interested) have reviewed already. They had an extra copy somewhere and sent it to me. I’m so glad!

A Promise of Hope by Autumn Stringam

ARC from HarperCollins, same idea as above. They also sent me an Audio book version of it! I’d love to hold a giveaway for it when I’m done the book but that’s not in my budget :( Sorry.

Lullabies for Little Criminals by Heather O’ Neill

A HarperCollins Audio Book, a nice surprise, one I hadn’t asked for. It looks good though.

It’s a Canada Reads 2007 selection and a finalist for the GG’s. (Governer General Awards)

So I made out pretty good. There’s still lots of books I’m expecting and quite a few I’ve given up on receiving :(

This post is Copyright 2001-2012 SMS Book Reviews. Do not reproduce anything without permission.
About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.