Thursday, March 9, 2017

Bookshelf Tour! ~Wrap-Up~

Hey all! :D How's about some more book pictures, hmm? :D Today I'm going to ramble about my 'special books' -- books that aren't shelved by author. Some of these are large hardback books, some devotions, and some research books. ^_^ 



Alrighty, research first! One the next-to-last shelf on the right side, I have research books and some DVDs. My Time-Life books are stacked on the right side and my soon-TBR is lined up on top of them. :D (My immediate-TBR, however, is on my desk. ;)) 



Time-Life series; World War II 
The Air War Over Europe
The Home Front 
The Resistance 
Prisoners of War 


On the other end of the shelf, I have more research books. :) 


The Good Fight by Stephen Ambrose 
The War: An Intimate History by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns 
War: A Photo History by Duncan Anderson 
America at War in Color by Stewart Binns & Adrian Wood
An Album of Memories compiled by Tom Brokaw
The Story of D-Day by Richard Holmes 
World War II in 500 Photographs by Time-Life 
Rosie the Riveter by Penny Coleman 



Then on the bottom shelf on my left bookcase I have a stack of books that are too large to stand among the others, my Illustrated Classics, and a couple devotionals. 


The Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett 
Heidi by Johanna Spyri, adapted by Ronne Randall 
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted by Anne Rooney 
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, adapted by Ronne Randall 
Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery, adapted by Anne Rooney 
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, adapted by Ronne Randall 


Little Miss Grace Promise Book
Trouble for Lucy by Carla Stevens (a random picture that, come to think of it, I have no idea why it's here...) 
A Girl After God's Own Heart: Devotional by Elisabeth George 


The Annotated Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery 
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens 
Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell
Charlotte's Web by E.B. White 
Laura's Album compiled by William Anderson 
Decent Exposure by Jessica Rey & Leah Darrow 


Favorite book(s): the research books 
Books I haven't read: I haven't read any of the research books cover-to-cover except The Good Fight and Rosie the Riveter + Island of the Blue Dolphins 
Book I've had the longest: Charlotte's Web 
Books in this post: 27
Books thus far in the tour: 359


The bookshelf tour is technically over now, but since this was a pretty popular request on the blog survey, I plan on continuing with similar posts. So what would y'all like to see? My favorites covers? Hardback books? Autographed copies? Indie-published books? DVDs? Recommendations in a certain genre/time-period? Make your requests known!! :D 

~Faith 

8 comments:

  1. Nice! I really love your bookshelves. XD
    Ooh yes, Indie-books would be fun to see, and your favourite book covers! Anything book-related, and I'm in. ;)

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    1. Hehe, thank you! :)
      Okiedoke, coming right up!! :D

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  2. These posts are always so fun, Faith!! I’m so glad that you’ll be continuing with similar posts!
    I’d enjoy seeing your favorite covers, autographed copies, DVD’s, Recommendations,…really anything book related! ;)

    “Roses for Mama” and “Child of Mine” are in your soon-TBR pile! Both good ones! I recognize most of your DVD’s. ;) Question, is “Trouble for Lucy” by Carla Stevens good? The covered wagons caught my attention. ;)

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    1. I'm glad you enjoy them! Okay, great, I'll make note of those. Thanks! :)

      Hehe, yes!! I want to read them both super soon!! :D Hehe, I wonder why... ;) Yes, "Trouble for Lucy" is good! It's about 80 pages, and I read it year before last, but I remember it being pretty good. :)

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  3. Those research books *swoons*. Nice! ;D Have you read A Christmas Carol? Or Anne Of Green Gables? :) Those two are great!

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    1. *beams* LOVE them!! Yep, I've read both of those! Good classics. ^_^

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  4. Lovely! And you have quite a nice amount of books!!!
    Oh yes, signed copies, favorite covers, favorite fantasy, and indie would be cool. :)

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    1. Yes, thank you!! :)
      Okay, awesome! I'll add those to my list. :D

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