Monday, January 30, 2006

Trip to the Boston Public Library

I will return the following Young Adult books:

Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson


the perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Both books are extremely popular for high school students. I can see why. Both worth a read, especially if you want to hear voices from that netherworld of adolescence.

The library has the following books on hold for me:

Consider the lobster, and other essays by David Foster Wallace


From beginning to end: the rituals of our lives by Robert Fulghum.

I intend to read only selected portions of the above books.

I just finished reading Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton (for my novel writing class)


I am currently reading for book club (even though they already discussed this one!) The Writing on the Wall: a novel by Lynne Sharon Schwartz.


I am working my way through The Kenyon Review and Special Handling, a book of poetry by Mark Pawlak.

What's on your shelf?????


TLH said...

Just finishing "A Northern Light" by Jennifer Donnelly (my student book club book--may suggest for our book club next time).
Starting "Saving Fish from Drowning" for book club.
Browsing through "On Grief and Reason" essays by Joseph Brodsky.
Finished "Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life" read. :)

em said...

Kodak easy share user's guide

MP3 player guide

The aforementioned are necessary for computerphobs like meself.

Amy Tan's Saving Fish from Drowning

Dance Of Intimacy by Harriet Lerner (one of my fav psychotherapists who happens to live in Lawrence, KS where I did my undergrad)

The Hiding Place by Trezza Azzopardi (a young adolescent novel)