This has probably been one of my MOST requested posts to do! So, I figured why not do it?
PLEASE READ: Before we get started, I’d like to let you all know that I have around 125 physical books, many were bought by my parents/family and I, while a few others I received for review! I am not bragging about how many books I have, I am just simply doing this because it is VERY HIGHLY requested!
Here is an overview of all of my books. I keep my library down in my basement, in a huge wall unit that goes all across the basement wall. My parents share this space with me, so I didn’t feel comfortable sharing the entire thing.
This you do not see in the picture above, but I cleared off some space a few months ago for more books, but for now I have my childhood favourites on it.
Here is my first shelve. On here, I store my all time favourite books, as well as popular series’ I have to read/complete.
On the second shelf I have most of my hardback books, as well as my Harry Potter paperback-UK editions.
On the third shelf, I have most of my smaller paperbacks, along with my fathers book holder that compresses my National Geographic Kids Almanacs, as well as my favourite non-fiction pieces.
Underneath, is my last shelf, which includes my favourite middle grade books.
On to the second shelf, which includes some of my favourite paperback books, along with 2 hard covers and a book that I was sent for review, called “The Only Boy” by Jordan Locke. On the very right, I have my Kobo e-reader, click here to see my review for it: https://readingreadingalldaylong.wordpress.com/2014/04/01/kobo-touch-review/
Next we have paperback books that are on my TBR, as well as a collection of books I was sent for review. Hiding on the right is “The Giver” by Lois Lowery.
Lastly, but certainly not least, I have some more of my TBR paperback books, as well as my favourite Disney picture books, and a fairy tale retelling series.
This concludes my book shelf tour for the begining of 2015. I hope to do one of these each year, to see how my book shelf has changed! If you want to know a specific books title, include the number of the picture (count all of the pictures until you get to that one), and try to count the book it is by starting from the left, and counting until you reach that books number. Leave that info in the comments below, and I will be sure to get back to you ASAP!
Good Night Book Lions!