Top Ten Tuesday is a Meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish This week's Top Ten Tuesday is Ten Books On My Spring TBR List
So this is a mixture of books that I am on hold for at the library, one's that I've ordered and haven't arrived yet, and one's that I just can't wait to read.
1. Rise of the Wolf by Jennifer Nielsen (Mark of the Thief #2) Published 1/26/16
Set in Rome, chariot races. One of my child's favorite books last year. Can't wait for the library copy to become available.
2. The Key to Extraordinary by Natalie Lloyd Published 2/23/16
I've been excited to read this ever since I heard about its upcoming release. I so enjoyed Snicker of Magic. It's still listed as on order at my library for the audiobook. Might have to purchase it instead,
audiobooks are a hit or miss for me sometimes.
3. Waiting for Augusta by Jessica Lawson Publishing 5/10/16
author of Nooks & Crannies, The Actual Truthful Adventures of Becky Thatcher. Realistic fiction, which I'm always trying to read more of.
4. Time Stoppers by Carrie Jones Publishing 5/3/16 I love that cover, plus magical world, and a dwarf on a hovercraft.
5. Sophie Quire and the Last Storyguard by Jonathan Auxier Publishing 4/5/2016
This is the continuation of the series, but also from the author of Night Gardener.
6. Playing from the Heart by Peter H Reynolds Publishing 4/12/16
This one is a picture book and I love Reynolds illustrations.
7. Dreamers Often Lie by Jacqueline West Publishing 4/5/16 I've had this one on pre-order forever. One of my favorite authors to read. I love Booklist's review "Utterly beguiling...Jaye is a fiercely headstrong force and West's writing is lyrical, lilting, spectral, and opulent."
8. A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab This published in February, but I'm still on hold. Gives you an idea how popular this series is.
9. The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine Also published in February, I'm still doing my catch-up. This is a Snow White retelling that sounded intriguing.
10. The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge Publishing 4/19/16 Those two apples were not on purpose, but how cool. I enjoyed Frances Hardinge's book Cuckoo Song, she seems to write creepy well. The Lie Tree also seems like part mystery which I'm in the mood for.
What made it on to your Spring TBR, did we pick any of the same books? Feel free to leave a comment and link to your TTT post. Thanks for stopping by!