Go here to sign up.
Top Ten Books I Want Santa to Bring Me
Honestly, I have all the books I need, but I wouldn't say no to these additions.
1. Cake Boss by Buddy Valastro - I love this show and I love Buddy's family. I'd love to read more about his dad who just seems like he was a really great man. This has been on my wishlist since it came out.
2. And Furthermore by Judi Dench - I freaking love Judi Dench. The only actress I love more is Maggie Smith (who should also write a book). I hardly ever by non-fiction even though I love biographies and memoirs. I'm sure this book will be amazing.
3. Becoming Marie Antoinette by Juliet Grey - Can you just look at the cover of this book? It just screams Lindsey please read me. I'm sure I'll cave and buy it soon.
4. A Tale Dark and Grimm by Adam Gidwitz - This cover looks delightfully creepy and I love fairy tales.
5. Wrapped by Jennifer Bradbury - This seems like it is a mix up of a regency novel and Egyptology which is pretty much book gold in my book. Love the cover too.
6. The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt by Caroline Preston - I love the idea of this book. A story told in scrapbook style. The story sounds good too, about a woman mixed up with a married man.
7. The Dictionary of Imaginary Places - This book is like an encyclopedia of fictional lands. Being the book nerd I am, I can't wait to read it. Narnia, Neverland, Middle Earth... they're all in here.
8. Religious Signing - This book teaches you how to sign religious words. I'd love to be able to teach CJ to pray and sign.
9. Jane Austen Made Me Do It - Lauren Willig is one of the contributing writers to this compilation. I love her books and I love Jane Austen so I'm sure I'll love this.
10. Mirage : Napoleon's Scientist and the Unveiling of Egypt - I'm a big Egypt nerd, so this book about how Napoleon "discovered" Egypt and all of its glory, thus creating Egyptomania back in Europe, sounds amazing.
this beauty for christmas from my Secret Santa. It contains the B&N leatherbound editions of Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, The Picture of Dorian Grey, Dracula, Huck Finn, and Wuthering Heights. While I hate Wuthering Heights with a wuthering (not a word btw) passion, I loooove this set enough to deal with it. I want to replace all my beat up paperback classics with these beautiful leatherbound editions. I already got the children's set. Pin It