Monday, June 27, 2011

What's On Your Nightstand - June

Reading for July:
From my May post:
Belles on Their Toes by Frank Gilbreth & Ernestine Gilbreth Carey
Bottom Line (Heidi Elliott Series #2) by Kimberly Stuart
Lessons at Blackberry Inn: Adventures with the Gentle Art of Learning by Karen Andreola
The Penderwicks at Point Mouette by Jeanne Birdsall
The Final Storm: A Novel of the War in the Pacific by Jeff Shaara (audio)
She's Gonna Blow!: Real Help for Moms Dealing with Anger by Julie Ann Barnhill

I also read:
Black Radishes by Susan Lynn Meyer
My Foolish Heart (Deep Haven) - Susan May Warren
Paper Roses (Texas Dreams Trilogy #1) by Amanda Cabot
A Circle of Quiet by Madeleine L'engle
Creative Correction by Lisa Whelchel

Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends by Sarah Mally

Peacemaking for Families (Focus on the Family) by Ken Sande
Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey: Save Big Money & Make the Grocery Aisle your Catwalk! by Joanie Demer & Heather Wheeler


  1. I always love your lists--you read so much, and such a mixture of genres! I need to read an Andreola book, especially with my resurgence of interest in CM education. I've heard good things about Whelchel's Creative Correction, too. Great list !

  2. Yes, great list -- full of nourishing reads. It's fun to see such a varied list.

  3. I just read the Penderwicks aloud with my 7-year-old son! He loved it, just as my daughter did when I first read it to her years ago. I'm hoping that she and I will read Point Mouette sometime this summer, but probably not this month.

    I love L'Engle's nonfiction writing, like Circle of Quiet.

  4. I need to check out some of your books. Many are new for me.
    I am almost doen with Pocketful of Pinecones and have been thinking about Lessons at Blackberry Inn. hmmm...

    Have a good month,
    Amy @ Missional Mama

  5. Making Brothers and Sisters Best friend is definitely one I want to pick up.

    Here is mine

  6. Oooh! That How to Write a Sentence book looks very intriguing!

  7. How to Write a Sentence looks interesting; I'm reading The Book on Writing by Paula LaRocque right now and learning a lot!

    Enjoy your July reading. :)



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