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Handboek ontwikkelingspsychologie by Van Geert Verhofstadt, Vyt

Anna, Hanna en Johanna by Marianne Fredriksson

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De Vijf en de verdwenen piloot by Enid Blyton

Hard-boiled wonderland en het einde van de wereld by Haruki Murakami

Momo en de tijdspaarders by Michael Ende

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Favorite authorsRenate Dorrestein (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBoekhandel Amesz, Dominicanen (voorheen Selexyz/Polare), Donner

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Currently readingFilosofie voor in bed, op het toilet of in bad by Gregory Bergman
Mindfulness en acceptatie : de derde generatie gedragstherapie by Steven C. Hayes
De kracht van emoties : liefde, woede, vreugde, angst by François Lelord
Waarom zijn we niet gelukkig? by Richard Layard
Loslaten kun je leren : over relaties en idealen by Jolet Plomp
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Bedankt voor de complimenten!
it seems we have a lot of psychological titles in common!
No, I have had the Verhoef book from the library for ages, but haven't got around to reading it yet - so many books out at the moment, and no concentration to ready any :(
Freud's dead?! You've ruined the end of the book for me! :D
I buy a lot of second hand books, not read most of them!
't Was een cadeau, echt! Dat heb ik speciaal nog bij de opmerkingen gezet...
Door het lezen (= doorbladeren) van dit boek weet ik nu dat mijn persoonlijke kledingstijl absoluut niet bij mij past. Over deprimerend gesproken...

Doet je bloempje het nog...?
Ik moet bloedbroeders nog lezen. Ben momenteel het meest recente boek van Liza Marklund aan het lezen: Levenlang. Ken je Marklund? Ik vind ze erg spannend over het algemeen. Inderdaad lees ik van alles en nog wat, graag spannende boeken (met name uit Scandinavië), maar daarnaast ook veel Nederlandse literatuur.Librarything vind ik geweldig, al is het maar om m'n eigen boeken te kunnen catalogiseren, maar ook om te snuffelen in de bibliotheek van anderen.
If you put square brackets [ ] around a book title, you will see a link. And double square brackets for an author [[ ]]. Try it and see, it sometimes confuses titles with similar names but it should allow you to change it as well. Hope that helps.
Hi, I see you enjoyed What was lost and the Murakami books! Good. I enjoyed the Dorrestein book, kept reading it till it was finished - it's a rare book that keeps me awake! Anne
glad you're enjoying it!
Wat leuk, een mede-fan van Renate Dorrestein!
Als ik je boeken bekijk, heb je ze wel veel beter getagged. Heb dus nog een hoop aan te passen :)
Ik vind je studieboeken ook wel interessant, trouwens.
Murakami - happy to help you out. Hard to pick one but I'll pick a few and tell you about them so you can see what you fancy. If you like short stories, The Elephant Vanishes and Blind Willow, Sleeping woman are two collections that both give a good flavour of his stuff. For a relatively light and accessible but weird novel, A Wild Sheep Chase. For a weird and well-structured (not something he always does) novel, Hard Boiled Wonderland And The End Of The World. My favourite, and for me the most mindblowing, was the first one I read, A Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, but I found that a little hard-going at times.


We now have 6 books in common - this is a great way of checking out each other's libraries. I am surprised no one besides us has [We have come through] as it is so good. Must dig it out and have a browse. Thanks for reminding me I have it.
Oh, that's brilliant! I hope you enjoy it, I did. I also liked the writer in the radio interviews I heard with her, she seems so unaffected by all the publicity she got. I am looking forward to her future books. Also I hope you had a lovely day yesterday! Anne
Thanks, I am still figuring out how it all works but it seems pretty easy and a lot of fun. Gonna take me ages to put all of my psychology books in my library :-)
Hi, lovely to see you on LibraryThing! Anne
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