It's book post time.
Want more? Of course you do. Here's the January book post, the November / December one, the October edition, September's (plus the picture book one), the June / July / August one (and the picture book one) and here's one with links to all the rest. You can always browse through everything filed under the "books" tag here.
Let's start off with the awesome collection of books I discovered over the course of last month / books that were released over the course of last month...
Beautiful Darkness by Fabien Vehlmann and Kerascoët.
29 Myths on the Swinster Pharmacy by Lemony Snicket and Lisa Brown.
Hector and the Big Bad Knight by Alex T. Smith / The Great Day by Taro Gomi / Bluebird by Lindsay Yankey
Troll Swap by Leigh Hodgkinson.
The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes.
My Boyfriend Barfed in My Handbag...and Other Things You Can't Ask Martha by Jolie Kerr / Hothouse: The Art of Survival and the Survival of Art at America's Most Celebrated Publishing House by Boris Kachka / Make Map Art: Creatively Illustrate Your World by Salli Sue Swindell and Nate Padavick
An ex-boyfriend once barfed in my handbag. Thankfully it was only a cheap tote from H&M so I just threw it away, but still. It also ruined a wallet, umbrella and a caricature drawing of my friend and I that we'd just had done at a spring fling sort of event. After he puked in the bag, he proceeded to puke in my desk drawer. I remember washing it out with Herbal Essences shampoo that I stole from another girl who lived in my suite. Such a pleasant time. Waking up in bed... seeing your boyfriend holding your tote bag beneath his vomiting mouth and using it as a puke receptacle .
The Adventures of Arnie the Doughnut: Invasion of the UFOnuts by Laurie Keller.
Zoom! Zoom!: Sounds of Things That Go in the City by Robert Burleigh and Tad Carpenter.
Moomin's Desert Island by Tove Jansson.
Illustration School: Let's Draw Magical Color by Sachiko Umoto.
EIEIO: How Old MacDonald Got His Farm by Judy Sierra and Matthew Myers / Weasels by Elys Dolan / Penguin in Peril by Helen Hancocks
Perfect Nonsense: The Chaotic Comics and Goofy Games of George Carlson edited by Daniel F. Yezbick.
Busy Bunny Days: In the Town, On the Farm & At the Port by Britta Teckentrup.
Tippy and the Night Parade by Lilli Carre / Superworm by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler / The Deep Dark Wood by Algy Craig Hall and Ali Pye / Cinderelephant by Emma Dodd
Little Tug by Stephen Savage.
Home: 25 Amazing Projects for Your Home by Beci Orpin.
Mad As Hell: The Making of Network and the Fateful Vision of the Angriest Man in Movies by Dave Itzkoff / Roadshow!: The Fall of Film Musicals in the 1960s by Matthew Kennedy / Nothing Like a Dame: Conversations with the Great Women of Musical Theater by Eddie Shapiro
Adventure Time: Volume 4 / Hiding Phil by Eric Barclay / The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: A Camping Primer by Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver / Operation Bunny: Book One by Sally Gardner and David Roberts
Some Bugs by Angela DiTerlizzi and Brendan Wenzel.
The Food Parade by Elicia Castaldi / Edgar Gets Ready for Bed by Jennifer Adams and Ron Stucki / Cat Says Meow and Other Animalopoeia by Michael Arndt.
Green is a Chile Pepper: A Book of Colors by Roseanne Greenfield Thong and John Parra.
Time for Bed, Fred by Yasmeen Ismail.
The Kept by James Scott / & Sons by David Gilbert / The Disappeared by Kristina Ohlsson / Half Bad by Sally Green
I Say, You Say Colors! by Tad Carpenter.I Say, You Say Feelings! by Tad Carpenter.
Go! Go! Go! Stop! by Charise Mericle Harper.
Dream Dog by Lou Berger and David Catrow.
I Can See Just Fine by Eric Barclay.
I Didn't Do My Homework Because... by Davide Cali and Benjamin Chaud.
And now for what I read & enjoyed in February.
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell (thus finishing all her available books - now I have to impatiently wait around for Landline to be released) / The Woman Upstairs by Claire Messud / The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt / Unwanted by Kristina Ohlsson / Red Dragon by Thomas Harris (in spite of the fact that The Silence of the Lambs is one of my favorite movies ever, I'd never read the books - watching and loving Hannibal (the show) finally made me buy the book series. I love murdery books [and completely ruining my peace of mind and mental health forever more].)
This is one of the first monthly book posts without a children's book in the "books I read" section - I read two but despised them both. Off to Goodwill they went.