Thursday, January 22, 2009

Books Read 2008

Honey for a Child's Heart Gladys Hunt
Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict Laurie Viera Riegler
The Secret Adversary Agatha Christie
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone J. K. Rowling

Mr. Knightley's Diary Amanda Grange
Austenland Shannon Hale
Carry On, Jeeves P.G. Wodehouse
The Teenage Liberation Handbook Grace Llewellen
The Innocence of Father Brown G.K. Chesterton
The Cat-Nappers P.G. Wodehouse

Under the Tuscan Sun Frances Mayes
The Thirteenth Tale Diane Setterfield

The Giver Lois Lowry
How to Raise a Healthy Child .... Robert Mendelsohn

Animal Farm George Orwell
I Love Dirt Jennifer Ward
The Creative Family Amanda Blake Soule

The Story of David Livingstone Vautier Golding
1776 David McCullough
At Knit's End Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

Affluenza Graff/Wann/Naylor
The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone James Cross Giblin
The Dumbest Generation Bauerlein
The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt Elizabeth Payne

In Defense of Food Michael Pollan
Ivanhoe Sir Walter Scott
Hittite Warrior Joanne Williamson
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Eats, Shoots, and Leaves Lynne Truss
The Hundred Dollar Holiday Bill McKibbon
More Than a Carpenter Josh McDowell
How to be a God Chaser and a Kid Chaser Tommy and Thetus Tenney
Poetry of Emily Dickinson

The Book of Stillmeadow Gladys Taber
The Raw Food Detox Diet
Poetry of Robert Frost
The Screwtape Letters C.S. Lewis
Dewey Vicky Myron

Consider These Things Joel Belz
Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen
Marley and Me John Grogan

1 comment:

Laura A said...

You have some really nice books on your list--especially as a mother of five. In the right proportions, though, he books fuel the mothering, I think, so it's a nice symbiotic relationship.