What’s on my Nightstand in Dec

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Wow, a month has gone by already.

What’s on my shelf for the next month? 

Curate of Glaston, The

How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk

Hamlet (The New Folger Library Shakespeare) as part of the Classics Bookclub at 5 Minutes for Books. That can be found in Project Gutenberg and today we got a copy downloaded onto the Kindle (for free!) so I’ll be reading it that way.

I am also going to read through all 4 gospels again. I’m about 1/2 way through Matthew already this week. And continuing Mere Christianity and rereading Home to Holly Springs (see below).
 

Below are the books I included on my list last month.

Mere Christianity is part of Tim Challies reading the classics. That has gone well but I’m not finished so I don’t have a review up yet.

I did read Little Britches: Father and I Were Ranchers by Ralph Moody and really enjoyed it. Here is my overview. I highly recommend it for adults and teens.

I read Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery That Revolutionizes Home Baking and we tried some of the bread. It was good but I just don’t think we’re the home made bread kind. At least we know where to look when we are ready to try again.

I read Home to Holly Springs (Father Tim, Book 1) once. I will read it again before the book club meeting in January.

I also read A Christmas Carol along with 5 Minutes for Books Classics Bookshelf.

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3 Responses to What’s on my Nightstand in Dec

  1. Alyce says:

    I have been participating in the Classics Book Club too, but haven’t had time to read Hamlet yet.

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  2. I loved Jan Karon’s Mitford books but haven’t yet read Home to Holly Springs. Did you enjoy it?

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