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YA in Dorset

Monday, October 17, 2016

Not content with going away to Ireland, I have also been to Dorset with my partner. We mainly relaxed, went to the seaside, swam in the pool, ate ice creams, things like that! One of my favourite things is to go in all the charity shops to see what they've got. I like to look at the books, jigsaws, bric-a-brac, records, whatever really!

First of all I found these Agatha Christie books in a shop in Honiton, where we went because I wanted to look at the lace they have there. They've got really nice covers and they were just £1.50 each, so I had to have them! I've only read one Agatha Christie so far in my whole life, so I'm looking forward to reading more.

The next books came from a bookshop in Chard, which sold both new and 2nd hand books, which I've rarely seen, but I liked it! On the Teen shelf, there were lots of classics which I thought was nice, and then this shelf below. I have All The Bright Places and need to read it soon!

Then there was also a shelf of pre-owned children's and teens books, all for £1 each. I picked up The Lottery, Sea Dance, and North of Beautiful just because they looked interesting and for a quid I'll take the chance! I also bought the Peter James book for my mum as a present as she's getting into the Roy Grace novels (and making me read them too).

I then bought When Mr Dog Bites for £1 in a charity shop in Axminster, because my friend Stacey recommended it to me aaaages ago, and again for a pound I'll see whether I like it!

I am extremely pleased with my holiday book haul!

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