Tuesday, April 26, 2011

What's On Your Nightstand - April

Reading for May:

From March I read:
The Egg and I by Betty Macdonald
Finding Stefanie (Noble Legacy Series #3) by Susan May Warren
Joyful Momma's Guide to Quiet Times in Loud Households: embracing a devotional life...and passing it on by Kimberly Eddy
Made to Crave: Satisfying Your Deepest Desire with God, Not Food by Lysa TerKeurst
Read for the Heart: Whole Books for WholeHearted Families by Sarah Clarkson

I also read:
The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters by Andy Andrews
Everything's Coming Up Josey (Josey, Book 1) by Susan May Warren
Five Children and It (Puffin Classics) by E. Nesbit* (review)
The Girl in the Gatehouse by Julie Klassen
An Irish Country Courtship: A Novel (Irish Country Books) by Patrick Taylor (review)
Large Family Logistics by Kim Brenneman
Lumby on the Air by Gail Fraser
Mr. Darcy Broke My Heart: A Novel by Beth Patillo (review)
The Preacher's Bride by Jody Hedlund (review)
Uncertain Heart (Seasons of Redemption, Book 2) by Andrea Boeshaar

I listened to:
Second Touch (A.D. Chronicles) by Brock & Bodie Theone

I didn't read:
A Constant Heart by Siri Mitchell (I found this story quite depressing and eventually gave up on it.)


  1. Your stack of books is so pretty and colorful! :) Some great books in your list.

  2. Did you like "The Egg and I" I read that once and didn't enjoy it nearly as much as her autobiography, "Anybody Can Do Anything." I also liked 5 Children and It when I was a kid. I love E. Nesbit!
    Happy reading!

    Elizabeth from 5MFB

  3. "Five Children and It" remains a firm family favorite from our early homeschool years. I'm in line waiting for Large Family Logistics [even though I have a small family] at the library. Nice post.

  4. I'm glad to hear another endorsement of Patillo's books. I have yet to get my hands on them!

    Happy May reading!

  5. I can't praise Same Kind of Different As Me enough. It really impacted me.

    I keep hearing about these Beth Pattillo books! I guess I should look into them, since I am a Jane Austen fan.

    Happy May Reading!

  6. Ohh I really want to read the Dashwood Sisters Tell All - looks really good!

  7. I keep hearing about Made to Crave - I may have to check that one out, although I already have a lot of nonfiction that I've been neglecting lately!



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