Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. I have not been doing a great job (at all!) keeping up and participating, but I have been inspired this week! Now, this week is actually a freebie week, so I thought I’d focus on titles recently added to my to-be-read shelf!
A blend of picture books, mystery and fiction…In no particular order, here they are:
1. Little Fox in the Forest by Stephanie Graegin– a wordless picture book that I have been reading wonderful reviews about. Graegin’s illustrative work is lovely!
2. The Book of Mistakes by Corinna Luyken– described as Zoom meets Beautiful Oops!, I’m looking forward to seeing this gorgeous-looking picture book in person.
3. I Don’t Draw, I Color! by Adam Lehrhaupt, illus. Felicita Sala– regular readers of my picture book posts might know I just adore Lehrhaupt’s work! As soon as I saw this latest one come up on Goodreads, it went right to my must-read.
4. I Hate Everyone, Except You by Clinton Kelly. Any other folks here who watched TLC’s What Not to Wear? I’ve read and really enjoyed Kelly’s previously published fashion/entertainment books (love his humour and snark). I Hate Everyone, Except You is a little bit different- this one is actually a memoir- a collection of personal essays- and it sounds fantastic.
5. Tales for the Perfect Child by Florence Parry Heide, with illustrations by Sergio Ruzzier– a new edition of Parry Heide’s classic. I feel as though I have read this, many years ago, but I just cannot recall! In any event, I’m looking forward to rediscovering (or discovering!) this book, and can’t wait to see Ruzzier’s illustrations!
The next four are titles I added to my TBR immediately after reading terrific reviews for in Publisher’s Weekly:
6. The Outrun by Amy Liptrot– a fascinatingly described non-fiction title
7. Find Me by J.S. Monroe– a right-up-my-alley kind of thriller…
8. The Girl from Rawblood by Catriona Ward– a gothic horror/mystery!
9. Say Nothing by Brad Parks– another taut thriller that sounds just like something I’d be interested in!
10. Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett– an unmissable cover, intriguing description and narrator? Yes, please!
What’s on your Top Ten Tuesday this week?