Monday, March 9, 2009

Mailbox Monday, March 10,2009

Yes, I'm a little behind this week, I could rattle off a bunch of reasons, but I don't want to bore everyone with my drama. In any case, I am offering you my Mailbox Monday...just a little late this week. I hope you still care to know.

I posted this image of Mrs. Morton, the first female letter carrier delivering mail taken in 1917 to recognize Women's History Month. (provided by

Last week I received quite a few interesting books in the mailbox and many for children.

*Fragile Eternit by Melissa Marr
*Every Human Has Rights by National Geographic
*Salvos on Backwater by Erwin Wunderlich
*Daddy's Little Spy-Isabella by Isabella Rose
*Summer on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber
*Sonata for Miriam by Linda Olsson
*The Kings and Queens of England by Ian Crofton...via my delivery
*Space Captain Smith by Toby Frost (IPG)
Children's Lit..............
~Princess Prissypants Wishes the World Pink by Ashley Putnam Evans(IPG)
~Ricky and Mia the Chicken gy Guido Van Genechten (IPG)
~I Need My Monster by Amanda Noll(IPG)
~The Horse Race based on a Chinese Classic Tale (IPG)
~Daddy Does the Cha Cha Cha by David Bedford and Bridget Strevens-Marzo(IPG)

I started a new column on Wednesday called Wednesday's Child where I am posting reviews of children's literature. If anyone would like to join this group please use my logo and sign up. I will have a statement you can add to your blog that I will post this week on Wednesday. The books can be from primary through young adult. Whatever you feel like posting. I hope you join me as our group Wednesday's Child grows.
Here is last week's post of Wednesday's Child to get an idea.


Anna said...

The new feature sounds interesting, especially since I've been reviewing books with my daughter lately.

What a great week for you for books! Sonata for Miriam sounds interesting. Happy reading!

Diary of an Eccentric

bermudaonion said...

I'm just a little bit jealous that you got Sonata For Miriam. I hope you enjoy it.

wisteria said...

Anna....I will be hosting Wednesday's Child, so feel free to join the group.

bermudaonion...first I have to tell you I have always loved your name. second...I'll let you know how it is. Maybe I'll do a raffle at the end. :)

The Bookworm said...

Wednesdays Child does sound like a great idea.
happy reading :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for stopping by the mailbox. You had a great book week. Enjoy!