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thegreentealibrarian

thegreentealibrarian

Joined September 2016

Book Addict on the road to the Library.
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Oona and the Shark | Kelly DiPucchio
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It's beautiful and cute. I adore it. 🥰

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The Good Egg | Mariko Tamaki, Boom! Studios

I've been really enjoying these Lumberjane novels. This one highlights Ripley and their quest to protect a mysterious egg.

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The Holiday Switch | Tif Marcelo
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Still reading holiday romances in January 😊

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Outlaws of Sherwood | Robin McKinley
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For my three on a theme project, I picked these three but then I needed to pick which one to read first. Chose Sherwood because the ending to that first chapter was intense.

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I liked this one a lot! There were nods to the comics, friendship is still important, and everyone gets to be who they are. I'm feeling optimistic about the sequels.

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I love the adventures and the food. #DeweysReadathon

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For #Deweys24hourReadathon I have an unrealistic amount of stacks but this one is the quicker reads. Graphic novels and middle grade fantasy with ghosts, werewolves, unicorns, and others included too.

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Certain Dark Things | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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Starting out October with this one! #currentlyreading

SamAnne Just finished this morning. And what a fun ride of a read! 12mo
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The Winter Sea | Susanna Kearsley
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And even more fun options! Two rereads. 😘😘

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She Drives Me Crazy | Kelly Quindlen
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Some of my companions for my birthday today! 😍

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Speaking of series and more tea themed washi tape, I'm still loving the Noodle Shop mysteries.

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I loved this. It was quiet and cute. Nature was also an important component. I want the next book to see how these characters continue. There's tea in the book too so I paired it with this tea themed washi tape and sticker set.

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Dark Waters | Katherine Arden
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This is the third installment in the slightly creepy middle grade series. And I enjoyed it. It's the shortest and has the most abrupt ending of the three. I want the next one.

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Dark Waters | Katherine Arden
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This is my starting lineup for G's redone #MagicalReadathon . The Winter Sea is a reread. 😍

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The Bone Shard Daughter | Andrea Stewart
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#wyrdandwonder Day 5 I could do this all day 💪
I just got this book on hold and after reading Lin's first chapter I'm already rooting for her.

thegreentealibrarian This is my latest teacup acquisition! 😍 1y
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The Gilded Ones | Namina Forna
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Latest #libraryhaul ! With some of my Marvel bookmarks.

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Biting the Sun | Tanith Lee
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Starting out with a reread of this one. 😍

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Pachinko | Min Jin Lee
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These might be the last books I finish before the end of 2020. #currentlyreading

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The Other Side of the Sky | Amie Kaufman, Meagan Spooner
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And destroyed.... what does that ending mean? Must now impatiently wait for the next book.

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Cemetery Boys | Aiden Thomas
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All the tea! But we're almost there... Mostly been focusing on finishing Cemetery Boys this last hour and a half. #readathon

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Took a nap and now I'm back! #readathon

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Graineliers, Vol. 1 | Rihito Takarai
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So I've read 3 volumes of Ten Count by the same creator. Loved volume 1, wasn't sure about 2, and then massively disliked 3 so didn't continue. But I wanted to give this series a try and I really liked it but I'll still read the next two volumes with caution. #readathon 😊

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I enjoyed this! Wasn't sure going in but the training with the boulder is when I realized that I didn't want to stop reading. I want the next volume now. #readathon Hour 15 @DeweysReadathon

phantomx Wait until you get further into the series. It gets really good, and the background stories on certain characters is interesting. 2y
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Beastars, Vol. 1 | Paru Itagaki
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First finished book of the #readathon ! I enjoyed it. And it made me super curious what's coming next with the romance and the murder mystery.
@DeweysReadathon

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A Winter's Promise | Christelle Dabos
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I haven't finished a book yet but decided to add the French edition of A Winter's Promise to the rotation. 😂 It's been nice to read it in the original but it is slower going. #readathon Hour 8

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Cemetery Boys | Aiden Thomas
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First snack! Hour 5 #readathon @DeweysReadathon

annahenke Love me some cheese it‘s 2y
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I snoozed the first hour, got ready in the 2nd, and here I am with my latte and first book going into the 3rd! 😊#readathon

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I want to challenge myself this week but we'll see how I do!
#currentlyreading #spookyreads

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Ghost Squad | Claribel A. Ortega
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Such a fun and spooky middle grade adventure. 👻 #spookyreads

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Mexican Gothic | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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This book was so disturbing and scary... gothic. And also amazing. (Keep in mind I scare easily.) #OctoberChallenge #spookyreads

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I started this at the end of last October and I picked it back up again to finish it. I definitely had to be in the mood for this one. It's detailed and atmospheric plus it's clever but brutal. This is set in the England of Henry II and children are being brutally murdered. Jews are being blamed but the king wants the truth. So he summons two doctors from Salerno. 🎃 #spookyreads

Nute Love this book! 2y
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I read the first novella months ago and then picked up this bind-up from the library. I read the short story and then didn't stop until I finished the 2nd and 3rd novellas. It was bizarre and amazing. Sometimes painful. Like many, I thought it could have been expanded further.

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The Guinevere Deception | Kiersten White
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#WeeklyForecast Binti: Sacred Fire (in this bind-up it comes between the first and second novella), Pride and Prejudice (also in a bind-up with the other novels), plus an Arthurian legend retelling. 😊
#currentlyreading

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Clap When You Land | Elizabeth Acevedo
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Finished this one just now, exceeded all expectations! 😂😍😢

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Aurora Burning: The Aurora Cycle 2 | Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff
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Just picked up a few shiny options for the weekend. #libraryhaul

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Loved this. Crying and smiling by the end.

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June 1st bullet journal and current read by the hilarious Ngozi Ukazu.
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This one was hilarious. Also creative worldbuilding. I'd like to read the next book.
#AsianReadathon #WyrdandWonder

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Emma | Jane Austen
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We may not be the family that has their Christmas lights up all year but we are the family that uses their Christmas mugs all year long.
#currentlyreading

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#WeeklyForecast My first OWLs 2020 stack once April begins!
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A Different Blue | Amy Harmon
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I'm going to try 100 pages of this romance recommendation! 💚
#currentlyreading

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Reading pile! Also featuring my Wonder Woman journal and tablet, Tangelo.
#currentlyreading #femmefantale

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Also some Hugo finalists I'd like to get to. #MarchTBR

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#MiddleGradeMarch possibilities! I definitely want to get to Birdie Bloom.

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Max and the Midknights | Lincoln Peirce
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This isn't breaking any new ground in fantasy (lots of common tropes in here). But I did laugh a lot and overall I recommend it.

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Giant Days Vol. 12 | John Allison
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Esther gives tough love, Susan is a private detective (also with noir vibes in the art), and Daisy is learning to drive... 😂 Another solid addition.

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#WeeklyForecast #BOTM First week of February!

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I liked this one.
I wasn't that into Percy Jackson or any of Chokshi's YA series but this one was interesting and funny. Seeing Aru and Mini interacting with and within Indian mythology was a treat.
I'm not in a rush to read the next book but I still want to eventually.

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*screaming*
I still have hope.
I would like the next book.
This was a roller coaster. I was anxious the whole time but couldn't look away. 😱

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This series gets better and better with each volume. Robert comes home to England from India so he can pursue the man who killed his mentor. Charlotte had a crush on him when they were kids. And with the help of her friend (a main character from a previous book) she has to save the king from a French plot. (More stuff in my blog review.)