Engaging Methuen Readers

Reading in the Bathroom??

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Did you know that June is National Bathroom Reading Month?  I didn’t either, until it was pointed out to me in the awesome book Chase’s Calendar of Events.  Chase’s  is a great resource to find quirky observances like this and it can be located upstairs in our NonFiction/Reference Department. But back to reading in the bathroom; I don’t think you really want to know if I read in the bathroom or not.  I’m not particularly interested in hearing about your habits either.  But I did find a few books that feature bathrooms in different ways that I think you mightdisplay of 4 find interesting.

Better Homes and Gardens Kitchen & Bath Renovation Guide This book has hundreds of photos and ideas to help you transform your kitchen or bath into the room of your dreams. Includes real-life makeovers, floor plan ideas, decorating advice, smart storage strategies and shopping tips.

The Ice Princess by Camilla Läckberg After she returns to her hometown to learn that her friend, Alex, was found in an ice-cold bath with her wrists slashed, biographer Erica Falck researches her friend’s past in hopes of writing a book and joins forces with Detective Patrik Hedstrom, who has his own suspicions about the case.

Jump the Cracks by Stacy DeKeyser On the way to visit her father in New York City, fifteen-year-old Victoria finds an apparently abused child in the train’s bathroom and soon finds herself branded a kidnapper and on the run while trying to fulfill her promise to protect the boy at all costs.

Can Rats Swim from Sewers to Toilets? and other questions about your home by Alison Behnke This children’s book, in question-and-answer format, investigates seventeen statements about the kitchen and home.

These books can all be found here at the Nevins Library.  Clicking on the links above will bring you to our catalog where you can request these books, or search for similar titles!


Author: Sarah

Hi! I am The Head of Reader Services at Nevins Library! I love to read and talk about books. I'll read just about anything, so there's plenty to talk about.

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