New on the Stack June 2018

Happy July! Here are the books I picked up last month:

Next to each book I give a short explanation why I chose to pick up that particular book. (Clicking on the picture of each book will take you to the book’s Amazon page, through an affiliate link.)

Borrowed eBook Through cloudLibrary

Fast Food Genocide by Joel Fuhrman

Bonus points towards the A Cooking Summer challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


Naked in Death by J. D. Robb

Bonus points towards the Corban’s J.D. Robb Challenge!!! in the library’s summer reading program.

Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink

Bonus points towards a challenge in the library’s summer reading program. (I don’t remember which one though…)

Borrowed Physical Book from Library


Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter

Bonus points towards the Zombie challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus by Dusti Bowling

Bonus points towards the YA Mixed Tape challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


Si Un Brontosaurio by Katherine Mead

Bonus points towards the Dinosaur challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

The Emerald Mile by Kevin Fedarko

Bonus points towards the Chairman Chucri’s Arizona Rocks challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


Well, That Was Awkward  by Rachel Vail

Bonus points towards the YA Mixed Tape challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Beating the Lunch Box Bluesby J. M. Hirsch

Bonus points towards the A Cooking Summer challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina by Misty Copeland

Bonus points towards the Dance to the Music challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

The Fresh 20 by Melissa Lanz

Bonus points towards a challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


The Native American Flute by John Vames

I don’t remember why, but I’m excited to read it!


The Rhythm of Life by Matthew Kelly

It was recommended in my church bulletin


Fiona the Flute Fairy by Daisy Meadows

It is about flutes? And a fairy? Good enough for me 🙂

Fitness Swimming by Emmett Hines

Bonus points towards the Do You Even Lift? challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


Jimi: Sounds Like a Rainbow by Gail Golio and Javaka Steptoe

Bonus points towards the Let’s Read About Musicians challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Mary Todd Lincoln by Kathleen Krull

This book caught my eye while I was wandering through the library. The series it is a part of is called “Women Who Broke the Rules”, which sounds awesome.


Playing the Spoons and Other Curious Instruments by Liz Miles

Bonus points towards the Learn to Play Music challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Should I Play the Flute? by Nicola Barber

Bonus points towards the Chairman Chucri’s Libraries Rock challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


The Cat Who Could Read Backwards by Lilian Braun

This series caught my eye when I was an elementary schooler wandering through the library. It was in the adult section though, so I knew I’d have to read it when I was an adult. I saw it while walking through the library recently and had to pick it up!

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Stretching by Barbara Templeton

Bonus points towards the Do You Even Lift? challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

The Easy Vegan Cookbook by Kathy Hester

Bonus points towards a challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

The Voice that Challenged a Nation by Russell Freedman

Bonus points towards the Hot Tune challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Apples by Gail Gibbons

Bonus points towards the Apples and Apples challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Duck and Goose Go to the Beach by Tad Hill

Bonus points towards the Family Literacy Fun challenge in the library’s summer reading program.


Minecraft by Daniel Goldberg

Bonus points towards a challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Ms. Marvel Vol. 4: Last Days by G. Willow Wilson

Next in the series.


Reclaim Your Brain by Joseph Annibali

Bonus points towards the Mediation challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Ten Apples Up on Top by Dr. Seuss

Bonus points towards the Apples and Apples challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

The Flute by Frank Cappelli

Bonus points towards the Chairman Chucri’s Libraries Rock challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Tiny and Full by Jorge Cruise

Caught my eye on the library’s website


Trolls Drop the Beat by David Lewman

Bonus points towards the Chairman Chucri’s Libraries Rock challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

Eat to Live by Joel Fuhrman

This is written by the same guy who wrote Fast Food Genocide. I’ve also heard great things about it from others, so it was time for me to pick it up as well.


We are Okay by Nina LaCour

Bonus points towards the Award Winning Teen Reads challenge in the library’s summer reading program.

What books did you pick up this month?

❤ Annette

June NOS

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