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Monday, December 12, 2011

Mailbox Monday #91


I had a huge mailbox load this week and most of them came on the same day!  I went out to the mailbox to find it packed to the top with 5 packages.  Most of what I received was to complete my Little House series.  Here is what I hauled in:

  • The Road from Roxbury by Melissa Wiley (Charlotte Years #3) - Ebay
  • A Little House of Their Own by Celia Wilkins (Caroline Years #7) - Ebay
  • Beyond the Heather Hills by Melissa Wiley (Martha Years #4) - Ebay
  • Little City by the Lake by Celia Wilkins (Caroline Years #6) - Ebay
  • Across the Puddingstone Dam by Melissa Wiley (Charlotte Years #4) - Ebay
  • One O'Clock Jump by Lise McClendon (audiobook received through the Audiobook Jukebox Solid Gold Reviewer Program)

Did you receive any great books this week?


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7 comments:

  1. Oh, what fun to find a packed mailbox! I won a signed copy of Surrender by Pamela Clare, and terrific historical romance/adventure about the Scottish Rangers during the French & Indian War.

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  2. Must have been like hitting the jackpot! Have a wonderful week and happy reading!

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  3. Have a great reading week.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/12/mailbox-monday_12.html

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  4. Great mailbox! I hope you enjoy them all!

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  5. I haven't read any of the Little House books. Afraid to check them out because I know it will probably end in me adding the series to my TBR :)

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  6. Joanne - Oh that sounds interesting! I haven't read anything during the French/Indian War! Enjoy!

    Holly - they are such great books. The Laura Ingalls Wilder books are still being published.

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