Hey y'all! I'm linking up at Tynga's Reviews for all of the books I've collected this week!
I pre-ordered this a while ago and was so excited when it arrived the day it came out! Naila visits Pakistan with her family, where they force her into an arranged marriage. I read in a review that there's a rape scene, but I saw it in the "age 7 to 12" section in Barnes and Noble yesterday. Hm.
A very bland book about a very bland woman who goes in search of her long lost family. Meh.
I love me a good audio book! I've been making hats for premature babies and chemo caps for, well, older kids while listening to it. I'll include a picture of them all in my review.
I'm also reading Night of the Nindroids with my little brother, Michael. He does Zane's voice and I do everyone else. By the time we'll be done, it'll be almost his birthday, which leads me to the next picture:
Barnes and Noble/Library
I'm going to give This Is Not a Book to Michael for his seventh birthday. He helped me with a lot of Wreck This Journal's prompts and really enjoyed it, and I promised him his own once he learned to read.
It's next to impossible to get a good picture of The City of Ember because of its dark cover, but I bought it and its sequel, The People of Sparks, for 50 cents each at the library. Score!
I mainly got Listen, Slowly from the library because of its gorgeous cover, but the synopsis drew me in as well. It's about a girl who goes to Vietnam! This seems to be an international reading week for me.