Mailbox Monday – Apr 26

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This is the day when I highlight all the new books that have come into my house since the last time I participated. Mailbox Monday is hosted at The Printed Page.

It’s been a month since I did this, that’s why it’s so long:

The Master Your Metabolism Cookbook by Jillian Michaels (Random House)
The author is the Biggest Loser health coach. Info and recipes (already tried one!)

Chippy Chipmunk: Parties in the Garden by Kathy M. Miller (KSB Promotions)
Cute picture book with photos of a real chipmunk doing funny antics

Our Days Are Numbered: How Mathematics Orders Our Lives (McClelland & Stewart)
Not a book for everyone but I love math and it looks really interesting

Mr. Choli’s River Trip by Chris Wardle (Author Contact)
Children’s Fiction – Mr. Tinfish Series

Dinosaurs on the Move by Cathy Diez-Luckie (KSB Promotions)
Cut, colour and assemble moving dinosaurs

Plus-Sized Yoga: Beginners Yoga for People of All Sizes by Donald Keith Stanley (KSB Promotions)
Finally Yoga moves I can do!

God is Not One: The Eight Rival Religions That Run the World and Why Their Differences Matter by Stephen Prothero (Harper One, received for TLC Blog Tour)
Very interesting look at the 8 most popular religions and how they aren’t all means to the same end.

The Cloud Seekers: A Pirate Ship in the Clouds by Robert L. Calixto (Author Contact)
Picture book

The Way to Stillness by Anne Alexander Vincent & Gayle Alexander (The Cadence Group)
“Powerful Tools for Those in Helping Professions.”

The Pocket Therapist by Therese J. Borchard (Hachette Book Group)

Anger Busting 101: New ABCs for Angry Men and the Women Who Love Them by Newton Hightower (Bayou Publishing)

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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.