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Theme for March: great titles. I love all these titles. Has anyone else noticed that short story collections seem to have the best titles? I am very partial also to The Wild, Unwilling Wife (bought only for the title at a yard sale a long, long time ago). Every library school student knows Bud, Not Buddy as the title that can screw up your library catalog search (the NOT boolean operator is key). Even without the great title, The Quotidian Mysteries: Laundry, Liturgy and "Women's Work" is one of my favorite books ever.
Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage: Stories | Alice Munro
Assassination Vacation | Sarah Vowell
Bud, Not Buddy | Christopher Paul Curtis
A Field Guide to Getting Lost: Essays | Rebecca Solnit
What I Talk About When I Talk About Running | Haruki Murakami
The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake: A Novel | Aimee Bender
The Wild, Unwilling Wife | Barbara Cartland
The Reasons for and Advantages of Breathing: Stories | Lydia Peelle
The Secret of Lost Things: A Novel | Sheridan Hay
Both Ways is the Only Way I Want It: Stories | Maile Meloy
The Dictionary of Imaginary Places | Alberto Manguel and Gianni Guadalupi
Life is Meals: A Food Lover's Book of Days | James and Kay Salter
Housekeeping vs. the Dirt: Essays | Nick Hornby
How to Talk About Books You Haven't Read | Pierre Bayard
The Quotidian Mysteries: Laundry, Liturgy & "Women's Work" | Kathleen Norris
5 thoughts on “March Bookshelf”
I thought I might see “March” on the March bookshelf. 🙂
did you know bud, not buddy was a sterling lord literisTIC book?
i saw your march bookshelf picture on flickr and got panicky: did i miss this post on the blog?! why don’t i remember..?
learned that claire also compulsively checks your blog.
no, i didn’t know that bud not buddy was a sterling lord book! funny. have i read it? no. pretty much like it for the title.
i haven’t read it either. just messed around with their foreign contracts and tax forms.
Oh, you should read Bud, Not Buddy. Cute read!