My TBR pile was actually under control. And then the SLJ BoB crew announced their lineup and my pile exploded.
Also: I bought myself a mini Mini a week ago. Even though I can't drive it, it makes me happy.
One for the Money, by Janet Evanovich (lent to me by a member of my in-person book group)
Titanic: Voices From the Disaster, by Deborah Hopkinson (SLJ BoB book)
Paper Valentine, by Brenna Yovanoff (for the YAckers)
Eva of the Farm, by Dia Calhoun (recommended by a dear friend of mine)
Endangered, by Eliot Schrefer (SLJ BoB book)
A Tangle of Knots, by Lisa Graff (came in at work, and it looked good)
Prophecy, by Ellen Oh (Mike Jung recommended it)
Twelve Kinds of Ice, by Ellen Bryan Obed (it got Newbery buzz, and caught my eye)
After Eli, by Rebecca Rupp (picked it up for C, and thought it looked good)
Revolution 19, by Gregg Rosenblum (seeing if this is any different from all the other dystopians out there)
The Diviners, Libba Bray (I WILL READ THIS.)
Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World, by Sy Montgomery (SLJ BoB book)
No Crystal Stair, by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson (SLJ BoB book)
Moonbird, by Phillip M. Hoose (SLJ BoB book)
What's on your pile?