Overdue: The Return of the MS Bookmobile

Overdue: The Return of the MS Bookmobile

 

Reading is fun!

 

Time once again to curl up and read a classic novel with an MS plot.

The MS Bookmobile has returned!

Chocked full of new titles about your favorite chronic disease.

Check out these great reads…..

 

“Mobility Dick” by Herman Melville

“Fire And Fury: The Feeling in my Body” by Michael Wolff

Scary clowns!

“MS Clinic is East of Eden St.” by John Steinbeck

“The Call of the Wild Itch” by Jack London

“Everything I Never Told You About MS” by Celeste Ng

A thriller!

“The Caregiver’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood

“The Last Handicap Space” by Randy Pausch

My life story.

The MS Bookmobile also offers many children’s favorites including…

“Dairy of a Gimpy Kid” by Jeff Kinney

True dat!

“If You Give an MSer a Cookie” by Laura Numeroff

Down she goes…again.

Other selections from the MS Bookmobile include endearing novels such as…

“Not So Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens

“Walking Like Frankenstein” by Mary Shelly

“The Gripes of Walt” by John Steinbeck

And the popular…

“The Five People You Meet in the Infusion Room” by Mitch Albom

Not to mention this cultural best seller of the 1970’s…

Adults only please.

If you would like to request a favorite MS book, please leave your suggestion with the librarian in the form of a comment.

Happy reading!

 

3 Replies to “Overdue: The Return of the MS Bookmobile”

    1. Kim,
      Great to hear from you! Glad you enjoyed the post. Keep warm. Like you, I am ready for spring already.

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