This was our day to sort books and toys at the thrift store. The summertime avalanche of books has slowed to a trickle (I think it has something to do with the end of yard-sale season), but there were still enough on the sorting shelves to keep Mama Squirrel busy for the afternoon.
The two books we brought home:
A book about the Avro Arrow for Mr. Fixit. Mama Squirrel just about choked when she started browsing for that photo, and realized that the "nice coffee table book" was actually something collectors want money for. Honestly, she was not intending to rip off the thrift store for three dollars; she just thought Mr. Fixit would enjoy the detailed techie photos.
And James Herriot's Treasury for Children (believe it or not, we have never owned an actual copy of this book--just individual titles).
(Crayons/Dollygirl bought a boxed set of Magic Treehouse books, too. So I guess that makes more than two.)