Folks, I read two--yes, two whole books in the last month! I also squeezed in two little Kindle booklets, but their page length didn't even amount to 100 pages. Instead I've been busy moving and helping prep my kids for a competition that they will participating in next week.
For April, I am keeping my reading goals on the light side since I need to start focusing on unpacking boxes and find a home for everything.
From March's Nightstand:
- Boundaries with Kids: How Healthy Choices Grow Healthy Children by Henry Cloud & John Townsend - An excellent read. I enjoyed this one better than Boundaries.
- Uncle Dynamite by P.G. Wodehouse - I liked this book, though I can't say it will be a favorite. It felt like it took me forever to read this since I would fall into bed exhausted from cleaning and moving, read two pages, and fall asleep. At least I went to sleep with happy thoughts.
- How to Live on 24 Hours a Day by Arnold Bennett - Interesting read.
- Easy English for Simple Homeschooling: How to Teach, Assess and Document High School English (Coffee Break Books) by Lee Binz - Nothing earth shattering.
See what others have read over at 5 Minutes for Books.