Tuesday, February 28, 2012

What's On Your Nightstand - February

What's On Your Nightstand

I plan to read:

From my January post I read:
Cousin Kate by Georgette Heyer (review)
Letter from New York: BBC Woman's Hour Broadcasts by Helene Hanff (review)
Love on the Line by Deanne Gist (review)
The Resolution for Women by Patricia Shirer (review)
Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll* (review)

I also read:
An Elephant in the Garden by Michael Morpurgo (review)
Gone West: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery (Daisy Dalrymple Mysteries) by Carola Dunn (review)
The Blythes are Quoted by L.M. Montgomery (review)
The Children of the New Forest by Frederick Marryat* (review)
Family Grandstand by Carol Ryrie Brink (review)
Men of Iron by Howard Pyle*
The River Queen: A Water Wheel Novel by Gilbert Morris (review)
Educating the WholeHearted Child by Clay & Sally Clarkson (review)
The Organized Heart by Staci Eastin (review)
Who Gets the Drumstick? : a Story of a Widow and Widower Who Met, Fell in Love, Married and Lived Happily Ever After by Helen Beardsley (review)

I listened to:
Mrs. Pollifax and the Golden Triangle by Dorothy Gilman (review)

I am currently buddy reading with my son:
Farmer Boy (Little House) by Laura Ingalls Wilder

See what others have read over at 5 Minutes for Books.
*Read alouds


  1. The Blythes Are Quoted sounds interesting, and the drumstick one sounds really intriguing!

  2. Definitely intersted in The Blythes are Quoted, I've enjoyed all the other books by L.M. Montgomery that I've read.

    Great list - I wish I had time to read that much!

  3. Some really great books!!! There are some I've read and some I've been meaning to read on your tbr list and your completed list.

  4. What a great month of reading! Hope I can get back to it soon. Looks like you have several reveiws that I need to check into. Thanks for sharing all of them! Happy March Reading!

  5. How in God's name do you read that much. Please reveal your reading plan tips in detail! You are my hero!

  6. I think I read Mrs. Pollifax a long time ago.I might pick it up again.

  7. I've heard Chasing Mona Lisa is really interesting. Happy reading!



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