Tag: TBR additions

found at my public library:

Eight Bears by Gloria Dickie
What an Owl Knows by Jennifer Ackerman
Bea and the New Horse Deal by L.M. Elliott – Snips and Snails
Unsaid by Neil Abramson
While You Were Out by Meg Kissinger
Whalefall by Daniel Karus- Book Chase
Chasing Doctor Dolittle by Con Slobodchikoff
Will and Testament by – Indextrious Reader
Cat Sense by John Bradshaw
When I Sing, Mountains Dance by Irene Sola- Indextrious Reader
Tiger, Tiger by Lynne Reid Banks- Snips and Snails
Thornyhold by Mary Stewart- Indextrious Reader
No More Dead Dogs by Gordon Korman
Shark Girl by Kelly Bingham
Leopard at the Door by Jennifer McVeigh (seen in bookstore)
How to Fail at Flirting by Denise Williams- Melody’s Reading Corner
Strangers to Ourselves by Rachel Aviv- A Bookish Type
Mockingbird by Kathryn Erskine
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig- Read Warbler
The Railway Children by E. Nesbit- Bookfoolery
the Ride of Her Life by Elizabeth Letts (seen at bookstore)
Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt- Read Warbler
The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery- Indextrious Reader
Sparrow Rising by Jessica Khoury- Snips and Snails
The Goodbye Cat by Hiro Arikawa

not at my library:

The Found Dogs by Jim Gorant
The Library by Bella Osborne- Lark Writes
The Ark by Margot Benary-Isbert from Leaves and Pages
Rowan farm by Margot Benary-Isbert from Leaves and Pages
Do Cats Hear With Their Feet? by Jake Page
The Last Cold Place by Naira de Gracia
Goshawk Summer by James Aldred- Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
The Gardener’s Year by Karel Capek
A Man and His Cat by Umi Sakarai – Bookfoolery
Undoctored by Adam Kay – A Little Blog of Books
Song of the Summer King by Jesse Owen- Snips and Snails
Vet at the End of the Earth by Jonathan Hollins
Money from Hitler by Radka Denemarková- Captive Reader
The Tiger on Your Couch by Bill Fleming (seen at bookstore)
Wolf at the Door by Barbara Corcoran
Seriously Mum, What’s an Alpaca? by Alan Parks

Time for this kind of post again. More books I want to read someday! The sources lately seem to be my other reading material, more than from fellow book bloggers. The blogs are getting quieter, or my interests are just remaining entrenched- and animal books are not that popular among adults, yes I know. I think it’s some of both.

Funny story about that (which perhaps I have told here before) one time at a bookstore after looking around, I asked the clerk where to find books on natural history? she didn’t seem to know what that meant. I tried to explain and she showed me the shelves of travel books. I said no, I mean books about animals and she pointed me to the children’s section! Sigh. I like nonfiction narratives about scientific studies of wildlife, books on people’s interactions with animals, or just stories about animals- especially if it’s from their point of view. Is that so hard to understand? Really, this person couldn’t seem to fathom why anyone would want to read that kind of book. That only children would be interested in what animals do, or what we do to them, or why they are how they are. But I am. Very interested. And since that interest hasn’t changed in some forty-plus years, I doubt it’s going to anytime soon.

Well. Here’s the list:

found at my local library:

The Crane Husband by Kelly Barnhill
Mickey 7 by Edward Ashton- Lark Writes
Pathogenesis by Jonathan Kennedy
The Great Sperm Whale by Richard Ellis
Other Minds by Peter Godfrey-Smith
Thornhedge by T. Kingfisher- A Bookish Type
Dolphin Diaries by Denise Herzing
Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby van Pelt
The Hero of This Book by Elizabeth McCracken- Book Chase

not at the library:

Taking Flight by Lev Parikian
Yoruba Girl Dancing by Simi Bedford
Speak to Me by Paula Cocozza
Cry of the Wild by Charles Foster
Away with Words by Sophie Cameron
Mother Sea by Lorraine Wilson
Beastly by Keggie Carew
Undercurrent by Natasha Carthew
The Memory of Animals by Claire Fuller
Brilliant White Peaks by Teng Rong- Snips and Snails
Alone by Carlotta Gurt
Tree Stories by Stefano Mancuso
Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens by Patricia Lynn Duffy
The Real Chimpanzee by Christophe Boesch
Black Ops and Beaver Bombing by Fiona Mathews
George: A Magpie Memoir by Frieda Hughes
Blue Meridians by Peter Matthiessen
Lost and Found by James Gould-Bourn
The Cultured Chimpanzee by W.C. McGrew
Chimpanzees of the Budongo Forest by Vernon Reynolds
The New Chimpanzee by Craig Stanford
Voyage to the Whales by Hal Whitehead
The Jewel Box by Tim Blackburn
Cultural Lives of Whales and Dolphins by Hal Whitehead
The Dog Days of Arthur Cane by T. Ernesto Bethancourt
Silverhair by Stephen Baxter
The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life by Steven Leveen- Book Chase
Love From a Convict by Veronica Henriques- the Neglected Books Page

at my public library:

The Midnight Zoo by Sonya Harnett
Rust: The Longest War by Jonathan Waldman
The Eternal Wonder by Pearl S. Buck
Promise of the Wolves by Dorothy Hearst
Secrets of the Wolves by Dorothy Hearst
The Golden Arrow by Mary Webb
Fluke by Christopher Moore
Foster by Claire Keegan
Seven Wonders of Sassafras Springs by Betty Birney
What is the What by Dave Eggers
Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hessian
No Such Thing As Dragons by Philip Reeve

not at my public library:

Iron Cage by Andre Norton
Catarct by Tara K. Harper
Cuckoo’s Egg by E.J. Cherryh
The Mystery of Ireta by Anne McCaffrey
Before Adam by Jack London
Willow and Twig by Jean Little
Daughter of the Red Deer by Joan Wolf
Indian Legends from the North Rockies by Ella Clark
The Fossil Snake by L.M. Boston
Age of the Horse by Susanna Forrest
The Hero of the Herd by John McCormack
40 Acres and No Mule by Janice Holt Giles
Adventures of Holly Hobbie by Richard Dubelman
Dead of the House by Hannah Green
The Street of the Flower Boxes by Peggy Mann

The First Day of Friday by Honor Tracy
The Marble Cake Cat by Marjorie N. Allen
Seasons of Heron Pond Mary Leister
Birds of Prey by Gareth Parry
Dirt the Ecstatic Skin of the Earth by William Logan
More Was Lost by Eleanor Perenyi
You Are the Rain by Rozanne Knudsen
Jamesland by Michelle Huneven
If You Follow Me by Malena Watrous
The Curious Fish by Elsa Beskow
The Day the Fish Went Wild by Elizabeth Hazelton
The Half-Acre Homestead by Lloyd Kahn
Drift by William Mayne
Courage at Indian Deep by Jane Resh Thomas
Pagan the Black by Dorothy Benedict

Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis
The Runaway Summer by Nina Bawden
The Prosperous Gardener by James Jankowiak
Blood Horses by John Jeremiah Sullivan
Vanishing Voices by Daniel Nettle
Eat More Dirt by Ellen Sandbeck
Wild Dogs by Helen Humphries

at my public library:

How Far the Light Reaches by Sabrina Imbler
Unraveling by Peggy Orenstein
Hope Beneath Our Feet edited by Martin Keogh
The Girl with No Name by Marina Chapman
Birds Art Life by Kyo Maclear
The Talk-Funny Girl by Roland Merullo
Lifesaving Lessons by Linda Greenlaw
Common Ground by Rob Cowen

not at my library:

Squirrels by Brian Wildsmith
Mississippi Possum by Miska Miles
The Porpoise Watcher by Kennth S. Norris
On Becoming a Biologist by John Janovy
Taking Animals Seriously by David Degrazia
Here Be Dragons by Dennis McCarthy
Time of the Turtle by Jack Rudloe
Mysteries of Animal Intelligence by Brad Steiger
More Cunning Than Man by Robert Hendrickson
The Leafcutter Ants by Holldobler and Wilson
Carnivores by David W. MacDonald
Victims of Science by Richard Ryder
Regarding Animals by Arnold Arluke
Deep Country by Neil Ansell
A Hive of Bees by John Crompton
Extraordinary Pheasants by Stephen Green-Armytage
In Search of the Golden Frog by Marty Crump
Alive in the Wild edited by Victor Cahalane
On Rare Birds by Anita Albus
Cretaceous Sea by Will Hubbell
A Story Like the Wind by Laurens van der Post
Kings of Colorado by David E. Hilton
The Queen of Spells by Dahlov Ipcar
Beast of Never, Cat of God by Bob Butz
Wildlife Artists at Work by Patricia van Gelder
Nature I Loved by Bill Geagan
The Carnivores by R.F. Ewer
The Abstract Wild by Jack Turner
A Wild Life by Dick Pitman
Polar Bears by Ian Stirling
Back in Keith County by John Janovy
A Tale of Two Families by Dodie Smith
Castle Merlin by Ursula Moray Williams

It’s getting a bit absurd at this point to keep making TBR posts- there’s no way I’m going to encounter all these books in my lifetime, and if I did, I probably wouldn’t have time to read them all! But I guess I just like making lists of books. So, here’s another thing to add to this madness: I found that LibraryThing, where I keep track of my collection, automatically gives me recommendations. These is just based on books I have in my library already. I keep getting suggestions for books of types I don’t really read: political commentaries, steamy romances, mysteries (so I must find and try and cull the titles that are triggering those recommendations out of my library, ha)

In spite of that, surprised that I actually found a lot in the recommendation list that I wanted to make note of (after striking off all the ones that were obviously not to my interest, ones I’ve already read, or tried and didn’t like, etc.) Anyway, here’s the first lot. There’s a ton of backlog I can go through- it saves them all grouped by date, until I clear things out. I’m just going to go through and dismiss/make my own lists from those recommendations, whenever the fancy strikes me!

found at my public library:

Jennifer Murdley’s Toad by Bruce Coville
Colibri by Ann Cameron
The Hotel Cat by Esther Holden Averill
The Transfigured Hart by Jane Yolen (in Unicorn Anthology compiled by Peter S. Beagle)

not at the library:

The Stonor Eagles by William Horwood
Yellow Eyes by Rutherford Montgomery
The Mennyms by Sylvia Waugh
The Great Dane Thor by Walter Farley
The Song of the Cardinal by Gene Stratton-Porter
A Horse of Her Own by Selma Hudnut
A White Heron by Sarah Orne Jewett
Somebody’s Horse by Dorothy Morrison
A Patch of Blue by Elizabeth Kata
The Kingdom and the Cave by Joan Aiken
Flambards by K.M. Peyton
Hoofbeats by John Taintor Foote
Ghost Fox by James Houston
Dark Sunshine by Dorothy Lyons
Fire-Hunter by Jim Kjelgaard
A Few Green Leaves by Barbara Pym
The White by Deborah Larsen
Golden Mare by William Corbin
One is One by Barbara Leonie Picard
The Lark and the Laurel by Barbara Willard
Skywater by Melina Worth Popham
Algonquin by Dion Henderson
Nature Cure by Richard Mabey
Ma, He Sold Me for a Few Cigarettes by Martha Long
Confessions of an Igloo Dweller by James Houston
Boomerang Hunter by Jim Kjelgaard
The White Dawn by James Houston
The Island Keeper Harry Mazer
Last of the Curlews by Fred Bodsworth
Out of Nowhere by Ouida Sebestyen
Lyrico : The Only Horse of His Kind Elizabeth Vincent Foster

not at the library either- these are books by authors I already know and like, or titles that are so familiar I think I must have read them in my childhood. I know I read Tin Can Tucker, and I’m pretty sure I once read Savage Sam, maybe also Snowbird and Kazan. It might well be enjoyable to read them again! If found by chance, of course.

Tin Can Tucker by Lynn Hall
Cornelli by Johanna Spyri
Kazan by James Oliver Curwood
Snowbird by Patricia Calvert
The House of Thirty Cats by Mary Calhoun
Savage Sam by Fred Gipson
A Dog of Flanders by Ouida
A Kindle of Kittens by Rumer Godden
Season of Ponies by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
Dragonfield and Other Stories by Jane Yolen
At Paddy the Beaver’s Pond by Thornton Burgess
Vinzi by Johanna Spyri

books at my public library:

An Immense World by Ed Young
Eating to Extinction by Dan Saladino
Sentient by Jackie Higgins
Return by Niki Bañados
Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett- Read Warbler
I’m Sorry You Feel That Way by Rebecca Wait
Swan Dive by Georgina Pazcoguin from Lark Writes
Sensational: A New Story of our Senses by Ashley Ward
The Brain That Changes Itself by Norman Doidge
The Perfect Predator by Steffanie Strathdee from Lark Writes
The Storytelling Animal by Jonathan Gottschall
The Book of Eels by Patrick Svensson
A First Time for Everything by Dan Santat
Washington Black by Esi Edugyan- from Read Warbler
The Foundling by Ann Leary from Opinions of a Wolf
Stormrise by Jillian Boehme from Thistle Chaser
Endpapers by Jennifer Savran Kelly from A Bookish Type
Farewell to Manzanar by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston
The Mountain in the Sea by Ray Nayler from Curiosity Killed the Bookworm

not at my local library:

A Thousand Days of Wonder by Charles Fernyhough
My Stroke of Insight by Jill Bolte Taylor
Once Upon a Tome by Oliver Darkshire from A Bookish Type
The Willows in Winter by William Horwood from Read Warbler
Secret of the Dragon Egg by N.A. Davenport from Thistle Chaser
Father by Elizabeth von Arnim from Indextrious Reader
Farming on the Wild Side by Nancy and John Hayden from Sustainable Market Farming
Dragon’s Bait by Vivian Vande Velde from Thistle Chaser
Pied Piper by Nevil Shute from Bookfoolery
Fear the Wolf by Andrew Butcher from Thistle Chaser

This TBR makes me feel sad. Two reasons: I’ve been adding to it for six months and it’s not even that long. Used to be I’d have a much longer list of book recommendations for myself after just a month or two. Also: more than half the books are titles I came across via other reading, not from my fellow book bloggers. I thought I was just imagining it, but really, the book blogs have gone quiet over the past few months. At least, the ones in my feed. People have gone on to other things, I suppose. Or other platforms.

Whelp, here’s what’s new on my list. I guess if adding to this slows down, I might actually catch up some day!

Found at my library:

Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver
She and Her Cat by Shinkai and Nagakawa from Opinions of a Wolf
If You Could See the Sun by Ann Liang
Self Portrait with Nothing by Aimee Potwatka
The Dog, Ray by Linda Coggin from Snips and Snails
Ride On by Faith Erin Hicks
The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean from A Bookish Type
No One is Alone by Rachel Vincent
The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson from A Bookish Type
Dinosaurs by Lydia Millet
Natural Acts by David Quammen
All the Living and the Dead by Campbell Hayley
Maggie a Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane from Lark Writes
In the Shadow of the Banyan by Vaddey Ratner
Monster of God by David Quammen

Not at my library:

Isaac and the Egg by Bobby Palmer
Flight of the Iguana by David Quammen
Weasels in the Attic by Hiroko Oyamada
American Hippo by Sarah Gailey- Thistle Chaser
Hindsight: In Search of Lost Wilderness by Jenna Watt
Tyger by SF Said
What We Leave Behind by Stanislaw Lubienski
Beasts of the Earth by James Wade- A Bookish Type
Duet by Phillip Hoose-
Evie and the Animals by Matt Haig- Bookfoolery
Red Wolf  by Jennifer Dance- Thistle Chaser
Away with the Penguins by Hazel Prior- Read Warbler
Manikanetish by Naomi Fontaine- Indextrious Reader
The Seed Detective by Adam Alexander- A Bookish Type
Behavioral Ecology of the Komodo Dragon by Auffenberg
Some Maintenance Required by Marie-Renée Lavoie- Indextrious Reader

Found at my public library

An Immense World by Ed Young- Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
The Search by Nora Roberts- Read Warbler
Breathe and Count Back from Ten by Natalia Sylvester
The Story Girl by L.M. Montgomery- Indextrious Reader
Pat of Silver Bush by L.M. Mongomery- ditto
Take My Hand by Dolen Perkins-Valdez – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Making Bombs for Hitler by Marsha Skrypuch- Indextrious Reader
Fiebre Tropical by Juliana Delgado Lopera- Opinions of a Wolf
The Bird’s Nest by Shirley Jackson- Shelf Love
The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen
Night of the Living Rez by Morgan Talty
Flamer by Mike Curato
Banned Book Club by Kim Hyun Sook
Confessions of an Alleged Good Girl by Joya Goffney- Curiosity Killed the Bookworm

and Not

Lost Magic by Berthe Amoss
Overdue by Amanda Oliver- Captive Reader
The House of Marvellous Books by Fiona Vigo Marshall- A Bookish Type
Needle by Patrice Lawrence – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Coward: Why We Get Anxious by Tim Clare – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Memory Speaks by Julie Sedivy- Captive Reader
Jellyfish Age Backwards by Nicklas Brendborg – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Spring Tides by Fiona Gell – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Solo Dance by Li Kotomi- Opinions of a Wolf
Undercurrent by Natasha Carthew – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
The Ponies at the Edge of the World by Catherine Munro – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Book of Minds by Phillip Dal- Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Where the Wild Flowers Grow by Leif Bersweden- ditto
Wonderdog by Jules Howard – Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
Into the Tangled Bank by Lev Parikian- Read Warbler
Conversations on Love by Natasha Lunn – (Sandy Nawrot)
Outlandish by Nick Hunt
When the Mind Hears by Harlan Lane

I found through Annie of A Bookish Type, an article at Tor about books readers love, that they feel nobody else has ever heard of (much less read). The richness is in the comments, where other readers chimed in with all their beloved, unknown favorites. I myself left an embarrassingly long comment. And wrote down a long list of titles that have now caught my interest. To my happy surprise, the first two are even in my public library’s catalog!

Riddley Walker by Russell Hoban
My Teacher is An Alien by Bruce Coville


of course, most of them are not found at my library:

Hounds of the Morrigan by Pat O’Shea
Ludo and the Star Horse by Mary Stewart
The Merro Tree by Katie Waitman
Prince Ombra by Roderick MacLeish
Rude Tales and Glorious by Nicholas Seare
The Unicorn Window by Lynette Muir
The Beginning of Unbelief  by Robin Jones
Terror Wears a Feathered Cloak by Thelmar Crawford
Bride of the Rat God by Barbara Hambly
The Hunting of Wilberforce Pike by Molly Lefebure
David and the Phoenix by Edward Ormondroyd
Warrior Scarlet by Rosemary Sutcliffe
Spirit Gate by Kate Elliot
Two Thumb Thomas by Barbara Freeman
I Will Go Barefoot All Summer for You by Katie Lyle
The Gray House by Mariam Petrosyan

The Vision of Stephen by Lolah Burford
The Light Maze by Joan North
Lydia, Queen of Palestine by Uri Orlev
Silver Chief  by Jack O’Brien
The Long Afternoon of Earth by Brian Aldiss
Land of the Lord High Tiger by Roger Green
The Blind Knight by Gail van Asten

I really feel like I might have read My Teacher is An Alien and Silver Chief when I was a kid, but I have almost no recollection so a re-read would feel like new. Happy news: of all the books not available at my public library, I found two on Project Gutenberg, and many many more at Internet Archive- except those I can’t download for keeps, just for a two-week borrowing period. So will have to plan when to access them, but I’m thrilled that I can!

Books I someday want to read!    Found at my public library:

Voices in the Ocean by Susan Casey
All the Horses of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie
The Gilded Girl by Alyssa Colman
The Tarnished Garden by Alyssa Colman
A Place to Hang the Moon by Kate Albus- Captive Reader
The Worst Hard Time by Timothy Egan
Kim Jiyoung, born 1982Indextrious Reader
The Girl From the Sea by Molly Ostertag from The Last Book I Read
The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin- It’s All About Books
Frankie and Amelia by Cammie McGovern
Invisible Women by Caroline Criado-Perez- Indextrious Reader
Funny Farm by Laurie Zaleski
Bad Sister by Charise Harper from The Last Book I Read
The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich- Shelf Love
Anxious People by Fredrik Backman- It’s All About Books
The Department of Rare Books and Special Collections by Eva Jurczyk- A Bookish Type
Once There Were Wolves by Charlotte McConaghy- Curiosity Killed the Bookworm

not at my library:

Exotic Vetting by Romain Pizzi
Dragon Storm by Lindsay Buroker- Thistle Chaser
Bitch by Lucy Cooke
The White Girl by Tony Birch- A Bookish Type
The Lark by E. Nesbit- Read Warbler
Celiac and the Beast by Erica Durmer
The Sleep of Stone by Louise Cooper
The Ecological Gardener by Matt Rees-Warren- Sustainable Market Farming
vN by Madeline Ashby- Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson- Indextrious Reader
The Runaways by Holly Webb- Bookfoolery
Wilding: the Return of Nature to a British Farm by Isabella Tree
Soundings: Journeys in the Company of Whales by Doreen Cunningham
Our Wild Farming Life by Lynn Cassells and Sandra Baer- Reading the End
Eternal Boy the Life of Kenneth Grahame by Matthew Dennison – Captive Reader
Miss Percy’s Pocket Guide to the Care and Feeding of Dragons– Quenby Olson
100 Things We’ve Lost to the Internet by Pamela Paul- Captive Reader


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