Tuesday, January 3, 2012

The Amazing Read



The theme for January is the Amazing Read. What have you read lately that you found amazing?  We would love to hear about your amazing read.  Here are some staff amazing reads to get you started
All these titles are available as Digital downloads also


·           The Visitor/ Lee Child
·           The Devil’s Teardrop/Jeffery Deaver
·           Elegance of the hedgehog / Muriel Barbery
·           Water for Elephants / Sara Gruen
·           The Friday night knitting club/Kate Jacobs
·           Shelter me/ Juliette Fay (Digital Download only)
·           Family album / Penelope Lively
·           Olive Kitteridge / Elizabeth Stroud
·           The help/ Kathryn Stockett

5 comments:

Lily said...

I have just finished reading "the help". This is a great read, very thought provoking. It made me realise just how far we have come as a society, tho sadly a lot of the problems in this book are still exist.

Nicole said...

My favourite holiday read was "the Elegance of the Hedgehog" by Muriel Barbery. Very French! Madame Michel (Renee) was such a prickly character - very conscious of her social class and so determined not to be lovable. Also liked the characters Paloma and Kakuro who together help Renee find the confidence to "be anything she wants to be". Loved this one.

trendy said...

I also read 'The Elegance of the Hedgehog' over the holidays. A beautiful and touching story! The film 'The Hedgehog' is a wonderful adaptation of the novel. It is very true to the book and the additional animation is captivating.

The Hills Shire Library Service said...

The Elegance of the Hedgehog is very popular. The Hills Shire Library holds 10 copies of this title. It is also available on digital download and DVD. Run and grab your copy today if you havent already read it. Its well worth it.

Zhilin said...

I've just read the"Royal Diary Series- Elizabeth I". It was the most amazing fictional diary I've ever read. I thought it will be boring because most historical people's diary are boring but this was surprisingly interesting! My favourite book.