I’m always up for an excuse to read, so I simply had to join the Fall Reading Challenge. We’ll see how much I get done now that I have less than a month before my baby should be here….
This book was introduced to me by Sarah Clarkson when she spoke in Colorado Springs a few weeks ago. It was written by an Eastern Orthodox theologian who wants to help parents make the right choices when it comes to which books and stories they should read to their children. I ordered it on ILL and it just arrived. I am anxious to read it!
This book was recommended to me by a few GCMers. It looks interesting. We shall see.
I found this book through the Making Home blog. Her entry was convincing enough for me to pick up the book.
It is seriously embarrassing that I have not yet read this book. Its a super fast read though, and I am almost through it in a few sittings. So far I’m loving it
We started this last night. Somehow I escaped childhood without reading anything by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Sad but true… This is our current bedtime story. We quickly finished St. George and the Dragon and before that we read Pinocchio. I think this book will be a nice follow-up.
We’ve loved every d’Aulaire book that we’ve touched so far, so I’m sure that will be the case again!
Please feel free to join up and read along with me! I’ll do my best to post my progress and thoughts as I read.