Monday, January 23, 2012

What's On Your Nightstand - January

What's On Your Nightstand

I plan to read:

From my December post I read:
No Holly for Miss Quinn by Miss Read
Secrets at Sea by Richard Peck (review)
Rilla of Ingleside  by L.M. Montgomery
The Wind Blows Free: A Tale of the Texas Panhandle by Loula G. Erdman

I am currently reading:
Educating the WholeHearted Child  - Clay & Sally Clarkson

I also read:
After Many Days  by L.M. Montgomery (review)
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll (review)
A Dublin Student Doctor: An Irish Country Novel  by Patrick Taylor (review)
The Time In Between: A Novel by Marie Duenas (review)
The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt (review)
Vintage Notions: An Inspirational Guide to Needlework, Cooking, Sewing, Fashion and Fun by Amy Barickman (review)
Hurry Less Worry Less for Christmas by Judy Christie
That's Life: Finding Scrapbook Inspiration in the Everyday by Nic Howard

I listened to:
Mrs. Pollifax and the Hong Kong Buddha by Dorothy Gilman (review)

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


  1. I'm always so amazed at how many books you get through! That's great! I've often wondered about the Miss Read books but have never read one. When do you listen to audiobooks?

  2. You are the second person in a row to have a "Little House" book on their list. My husband loves audio books. He works about 45 minutes from home and travels throughout his day and he listens to books in his car all day long. I used to be the reader in the family but now he reads WAY more books in a month then I do - he can get through one in three to four days.

  3. Great list! I'm reading Anne of Ingleside right now and really enjoying it.

  4. I'm hoping to share Farmer Boy with my son soon!

  5. I love Miss Read! And Mrs. Polifax. (It's been far too long since I've read either.) Off to read your thoughts on After Many Days!

  6. I just started Rilla today. I started one Miss Read book a while back but didn't finish it - I need to get back to it some time.

  7. Awesome list! It looks like February will be full of great books. :)

    Happy reading!

  8. Ooh, enjoy the Helene Hanff! I'm assuming you've read & loved 84, Charing Cross Road. :)



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