The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by P. Patrick
So far this is probably one of the most clever storylines I’ve ever read. It is a bit sad (reminds me of the movie Up!) in the first few chapters, but I’m super intrigued to see where this story goes.
Walking on Water by M. L’Engle
Still plugging along and doing a horrible job journaling about this book – as in I’m not. But I do love it.
A Girl of the Limberlost by G. Stratton-Porter
Still plugging along on this one in between other reads. I’m still not sure if I like it or not.
The Core by L. Bortins
This is the handbook to get your started with classical education; especially Classical Conversations. I finally started reading it last week and honestly I need to get busy and set aside time during the day to focus on it…instead of Pinterest.
Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely by L. Terkeurst
I picked this one up from the library and while I’m slowly reading through it, I’m still not sure if I’ll read it cover to cover. I feel like this subject has been beaten to death lately when it comes to blogs and books for women and moms.
I decided to start a new category this month…
The Fringe Hours by J. Turner
I wanted to read this book for years, finally found it at a used bookstore and started reading it a few months ago. I got about half way through it and realized that this was exactly the book a friend needed to read. So I abandoned it and gifted it to her.
I’ll Take You There by W. Lamb
I love Wally Lamb and have poured through some of this other books in years past, but I didn’t make it 2 chapters in with this one before I was done. The story was silly and the language was awful.
The One in a Million Boy by M. Wood
This was a sweet book. I feel like there was so much I missed because it took me so long to get through it. It would be a great book club discussion book.
The Handmaid’s Tale by M. Atwood
I got this on Overdrive as an e-book and poured through it in like 2 days. It is the second time I’ve read it and I still love it but seriously hate, hate the ending. Once I got towards the end of the book I started remembering why this book frustrated me so much the first time I read it. I wish we had Hulu though because I would love to watch the show.
Commonwealth by A. Patchett
This was great, but I can’t even remember now what it was about. So…maybe it wasn’t great.
When Hitler Stole the Pink Rabbit
This was a great book. My daughter and I have been reading this aloud for a few months and it’s a great story from the perspective of an 11 year old girl of what it was like to be a refugee. It’s a sweet story about family and making due. We both loved it.
We start school in 1 month and I’ve got loads of pre-reading I need to start in order to get ahead of both my kids. Yep, I said both. We are homeschooling both children next year so that’s double the words I need to choke down and double the boxes of wine I probably need to invest in 😉