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Books Worth Reading

Books Worth Reading

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The Sweetest Thing One of the best Christian fiction books I've ever read. The spiritual "plot line" was so deep and thought-provoking that it was inseparable from the actual events. Wonderfully written...takes you back in time...draws you in to the two friends and makes you love them.

the february must-read list

Surprised by how many of these I have already read

Anne of Green Gables

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed #Book #Nonfiction #Adventure #Travel

"I am haunted by humans." #reading

The Help (2011)

Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey, 1941: The classic and gentle story of a family of ducks in Boston who make their way from Beacon Hill to Louisburg Square, and over the Charles River--often from a duck's-eye view. #Books #Kids #Make_Way_For_Duckling #Robert_McCloskey

Grace for Sinners: Interview with Rosaria Butterfield, Author of Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert--From Radical Lesbian to Redeemed Christian

Sunshine on Scotland Street - Alexander McCall Smith

Alexander McCall Smith - I love this author!

One of the most hilarious, fun books I've ever read!

Edward Scissorhands


The Hiding Place - Corrie Ten Boom. Great book.

Inspired by a Russian fairy tale and the history of 1920's Alaska, this elegantly written novel tells a bittersweet magical story of an older, childless couple and the mysterious snow girl who enters their lives. At times, the book was almost too sad or too slow, but it's well worth the read, especially if you still believe in magic.

Pride and Prejudice

Safely Home

the glass castle

  • April Mecham
    April Mecham

    Loved this book! Half Broke Horses is also good. :)

so true

one of the best books I've ever read.

Anne of Green Gables - My all time favorite!


A touching story about a little girl in foster care.