Today’s post is as you figure: I’m getting ride of some books. Most of the books that I’m getting rid of are the books that my sister had the attitude of: “Here. Go through these and get rid of ones you don’t want. I don’t want them anymore.”
So that’s what I’m doing! The books are going to go from being the ones my sister doesn’t want, to the ones I myself am getting rid of.
- The Maze Runner by James Dashner
- The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
- Peaches by Jodi Anderson
- Warrier’s Superstar Edition Firestar’s Quest by Erin Hunter
Her reasoning being “I’ve already read them and I know I’m not going to read them ever again.” I’m pretty sure though that she only said that about The Hunger Games trilogy. She’s also getting rid of them because she likes her room to be neat and tidy. If there’s something out of place then she tends to get a little stressed out about it.
- The Crossing of Ingo (Ingo, #4) by Helen Dunmore
When she first got this book, she didn’t realize that The Crossing of Ingo was the fourth book. Chapters really needs to have this feature in place where at the kiosk’s we can see if these books are in a series or not! And if they’re in a series, what number they are!
- The Silver Dark Sea by Susan Fletcher
- Dead Women Walking by Jennifer Su
- Alice in Zombieland (White Rabbit Chronicles, #1) by Gena Showalter
The above books are all books that my sister is going to get rid of. The books below are a few books that I no longer need, and/or don’t want.
- Switched (Trylle trilogy, #1) by Amanda Hocking
- Sisterhood Everlasting (Sisterhood, #5) by Ann Brashares
- Red Heart Tattoo by Lurlene McDaniel
I’m getting rid of Switched because I totally forgot that I had it in the first place when I was given the trilogy.
And I’m getting rid of Sisterhood Everlasting because I haven’t even read the series, nor do I really want to. I don’t know what to actually do with Sisterhood Everlasting though, since that book is actually a book that I bought from the library. The cover still has the library scan and barcode thingy-ma-b0b. Would a used bookstore even accept a bought library book? Maybe I could just keep the copy and do some bookish crafts with it? If you know of any bookish crafts, let me know!
Have you gotten rid of any books recently? If so, what one(s) did you give away?
2 thoughts on “Book Un-Haul”
For some reason I like unhauling books. I think it’s a clutter thing, idk. A while back I put all the books I didn’t want anymore in a box and I intend on trying to sell them, but I don’t know how to price them…*shrugs*. I might end up just donating them.
A few of the books I’ve unhauled was the Fault in Our Stars, 13 Reasons Why, Bossypants, and quite a few other books. Just books I know I’m not gonna read again or have no interest in whatsoever.