I have no idea how many years I have been attending our local public library book sales but one look at my bookshelves will tell it’s been going on a long time.
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Yesterday afternoon I stopped by the book sale and picked up a few. I have become a lot more selective in recent years. I truly am out of room in all my various shelves. We even have a library/music room but the shelves in there are packed. This time I bought mostly cookbooks and I am going to see if I can bear to cull a few from my current collection to make room for these.
Because I know many of you are book lovers, too, and also of the
nosy, I mean, curious sort here is a listing of what I bought:
- The Wine Tasting Class by Judy Ridgway (book and notebook set)
- One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
- Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman (The Deathbed Edition)
- The Tea House on Mulberry Street by Sharon Owens
- Paul Prudhomme’s Louisiana Kitchen
- Julia Child and Company
- The Evolution of Cajun and Creole Cuisine by Chef John D. Folse, C.E.C.
- Italian Slow and Savory by Joyce Goldstein
- Living by Candlelight by Wally Arnold
- Extraordinary Touches for an Ordinary Day by Sterling/Chapelle
I’ve included Amazon links so you can read more about any which interest you. If you make a purchase I receive a small portion of the sale which would be cool but you may also be able to find some of these in your local library and that’s even cooler. Especially if your bookshelves are as crammed as mine.